GraceMed Health Clinic is announcing Project Wellspring, a capital campaign to fund its completion of a new health center at the corner of SW Huntoon and Washburn. The property, previously occupied by Dillons, has been purchased from Kroger, and the fundraising campaign will support the transformation of the store into a health clinic.
A new center for compassionate care in Topeka
Project Wellspring will bring health care to thousands of low-income Topeka residents.
At 10:30am, a number of Topeka community leaders will speak at our Kick-Off Press Conference, including:
- Randy Peterson, CEO, Stormont Vail Health
- Dave Sanford, CEO, GraceMed
- Mayor Larry Wolgast
- Barry Feaker, CEO, Topeka Rescue Mission
- Dr. Tiffany Anderson, Superintendent, Topeka Public Schools
- Janet Stank, Topeka Chamber of Commerce Board Chair
Also expected to attend are:
- Matt Pivarnik, CEO, Topeka Chamber of Commerce
- Councilwoman Karen Hiller
- Representative Annie Kuether
- Marsha Pope, CEO, Topeka Community Foundation
- Brenda Mills, CEO Family Service and Guidance Center
- Allison Alejos, Director, Shawnee County Health Agency
- Dr. Myron Leinwetter, GraceMed Board Member
- Rick Woods, GraceMed Board Member
A question and answer session will follow our speakers' remarks.
Community Open House
Please join us from 4pm to 6pm for an open house. Members of the community can view the property and hear about the changes we'll be making to convert this former grocery store to a clinic that will see more than 10,000 patients per year.
If you have any questions about this event or about Project Wellspring in general, you can reach us using this inquiry form.