Comprehensive dental care is currently provided on-site at over forty area schools and at many Head Start programs. On-site services include screenings, cleanings, restorative care, and dental hygiene education.
HPC has an on-site Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) who works with HPC medical and dental providers to assist with immediate behavioral health needs of established HPC patients.
BHCs can provide such services as helping to decrease symptoms associated with chronic diseases, such as:
Migraine or Tension Headaches
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Behavioral change plans may be made in order to improve your everyday life. Plans can be made for a variety of needs, for example:
*Please note: BHCs do not provide traditional psychotherapy.
Health Partnership Clinic provides direct clinical care and insurance enrollment services on-site at many community partner organizations. Contact HPC to learn more about the innovative outreach services below.
KanCare/Medicaid and Insurance Marketplace enrollment assistance is provided on-site at HPC locations (walk-in or by appointment), as well as local health department locations, elementary schools and Head Start programs.
Comprehensive dental care is currently provided on-site at over forty area schools and at many Head Start programs. On-site services include screenings, cleanings, restorative care and dental hygiene education.
Services such as well-child/Kan-Be-Healthy exams and immunizations are able to be delivered on-site at local organizations.
JASON WESCO, MA
President and Chief Executive Officer: Mr. Wesco joined Health Partnership Clinic in January 2012. Jason has worked with and in Kansas safety-net clinics since 2003, including a five year stint as Chief Operations Officer with the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas and serving as Deputy Director of the Kansas Association of the Medically Underserved (the Kansas Primary Care Association). He has consulted widely with Community Health Centers to help establish and expand dental programs. He was also the architect of the Kansas Dental Hub program that infused more than $6 Million of public and private grants into the state’s Community Health Center dental programs.
Chief Operations Officer: Cara Cramer has spent her professional career in non-profit healthcare. Before joining the HPC staff in August of 2012, government affairs was her primary role on staff at the Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved. This work led to a position with the Kansas Hospital Association that included responsibilities managing the Association's Foundation, as well as government affairs and legal compliance. Cara earned graduate and professional degrees from the University of Kansas and is a member of the Kansas Bar.