Your Home for Whole-Person Health
The integrated approach to health care at Heartland Community Health Center involves treating patients in a way that ensures that all needs – physical, emotional, mental, and social are being cared for. Heartland seeks to expand access to health care, promote healthy lifestyles and build healthy communities. We treat people of a wide-variety of socio-economic statuses, and we never turn a patient away based on their ability to pay.
Primary Care & Family Medicine
With six family medicine providers, Heartland provides high-quality, patient-centered primary care to patients of all ages.
- Adult and child wellness visits & immunizations
- Diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses and injuries
- Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care including hormone replacement therapy, screening for cervical cancer & sexually transmitted infections
- Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy
- Rapid HIV screening, pre and post-exposure HIV prophylaxis (PrEP, and PEP services)
- Medication assisted substance disorder treatment
- In-house lab and comprehensive send out labs
- Chronic illness management and speciality complex care
Primary Care Medical Team
Lisa Russell, DNP, NP-C
Luke Mueller, MD
Rosie Mueller, PA-C
Heather Fogle, APRN
Tana Houghton, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Clare Kuhn, APRN-C
Rhonda Dye, LMSW
News & Information from Heartland
Mask Policy Updates
We are writing to share some important news with you. As you may be aware, the use of masks has been an essential…
Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children
Approximately 500,000 U.S. children between ages one and five have blood lead levels at or above the latest CDC reference values…
Important Changes Coming to KanCare Eligibility
Do you currently have health coverage through Kansas Medicaid (KanCare)?
How New Poverty Guidelines May Impact Your Health Care Costs
Recent changes to Federal Poverty Guidelines mean some people who did not qualify for reductions in their health care costs, may now qualify…
A vaccine can prevent oral cancer. Is it right for you?
4 Tips to Preventing Oral Cancer. You may have seen a lot of educational material this month promoting the HPV vaccine as a method of preventing cervical cancer. While it’s true HPV is known to cause cervical cancer, HPV is also a concern for men. In fact, men appear to be more likely than women to develop an oral HPV infection…
Care Cupboard Rises to Combat Food Insecurity in Douglas County
The Care Cupboard supports individuals and families as they improve their health with regular access to nutritious foods and nutritional support. In 2022, Heartland’s Care Cupboard Served 4,996 Households, representing more than 9,000 unique individuals.