|World Impact Health Ministries|
As a ministry of World Impact, our Health Ministries provide medical care in Jesus’ name. The World Impact Health Ministries includes our Mobile Medical Clinic and a partnership with the GraceMed Good Samaritan Clinic located on our campus. We address the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of our patients. Our dedicated staff and volunteers serve over 3,000 patients of which 97% are below the poverty line.
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The World Impact Mobile Medical Clinic is a free medical clinic that travels to different communities in Wichita in partnership with our church planting association. The Mobile Clinic is a 35-foot mobile medical van that is fully equipped with exam and treatment rooms, a small pharmacy, and medical equipment. Medical services provided include acute primary care, blood pressure checks, blood sugar testing, breathing treatments, preventative healthcare, physical examinations, pregnancy tests, sonograms, health education and counseling. They provide continuing care for conditions such as diabetes, heart problems and arthritis.
The Mobile Clinic allows us to take our medical services into World Impact church planting neighborhoods to serve medical needs of residents and provide outreach opportunities in those communities. In addition, we partner with churches who host a medical team that provides basic medical care at different locations around Wichita. The Mobile provides a great avenue for these churches to connect with people in their respective communities, providing people not only with the medical care they need but also with more ongoing care as they connect with the churches. The churches have seen growth as a result of patients from the Mobile Clinic beginning to attend.
The Mobile Clinic is currently serving weekly at:
Volunteer opportunities for the Mobile Clinic:
Contact us at 316-682-4075 ext. 273.
THE GRACEMED GOOD SAMARITAN CLINIC
The GraceMed Good Samaritan Clinic has been a medical home for the urban poor of Sedgwick County since 1987. We are the primary care facility for approximately 3,000 people, most of whom live in designated medically underserved areas (according to census demographic findings).
The clinic is open Monday through Friday.