Project Homegrowth: Building More Capacity for Patients & Efficient Teamwork

GraceMed has been expanding into neighborhoods and communities around the state in recent years. Now it's time to return to our roots and add more capacity to serve patients at our Helen Galloway Family Clinic, the nucleus from which our 16 locations have grown.

Our plan is to move our administrative facilities out of Helen Galloway and into a new facility not far away.

This will create more space for patients at the clinic, while consolidating all of our outreach, call center, and other administrative and support staff. Becoming the largest network of Federally Qualified Health Centers in Kansas has also meant that these various support operations have expanded to several locations around the Wichita area as well. The new Administrative Center will bring us all together under one roof to operate more efficiently.

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Say hello to the new GraceMed Administrative Center

The new administrative facility will be located at 1150 N. Broadway, within walking distance of Helen Galloway Clinic.

A floor plan of the new GraceMed Administrative Center

The new 23,000 square-foot Administrative Center will include:

  • Senior Management Team

  • Accounting & Finance

  • Human Resources

  • Marketing, Development & Grants

  • Health & Dental Outreach

  • Call Center

  • Community Cares

  • Quality Assurance

  • Information Technology

  • Medical Records

  • Facilities Management

At Helen Galloway Clinic, we’ll add six new medical examination rooms on the first floor and six dental rooms on the second floor. This will expand our capacity by 2,500 patients annually in each service area. We will also be adding capacity to treat another 1,500 behavioral health patients.

Since we’re renovating an existing building, the overall cost of Project Homegrowth will be more manageable.

But we still need your help.

Costs for the new GraceMed Administrative center

Please make a tax-deductible donation to support Project Homegrowth today. You’ll help thousands of uninsured and underserved Kansans receive quality healthcare.

If you would like to learn more about Project Homegrowth, please contact Nancy Duling, Director of Development at (316) 252-8720 or nduling@gracemed.org.

Kyle Bowen