Welcome to your home for quality health care.
Each of our clinics is staffed and equipped to provide the full range of medical services you need from your primary care provider. You can trust your entire family's care to us. We're committed to enhancing the quality of your health and life.
Hours Of Operation
GraceMed Oaklawn Family Clinic is open on Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.
GraceMed Oaklawn is located next to Oaklawn Elementary School.
5000 S. Clifton Ave., Suite 200
Wichita, KS 67216 (Google Map)
How Much Does It Cost To Visit A GraceMed Clinic?
We welcome patients with all forms of health insurance, including those who have no insurance.
Depending on your household size and income, you may be eligible to receive a discount. Would you like to get an estimate of what you can expect to pay?
Meet the Oaklawn Family Team
Ashley Heimerman, APRN, FNP-BC
Education: Graceland University
Ashley loves building relationships with her patients and providing well rounded care. Ashley was drawn to the diverse population that GraceMed serves. In her time off, Ashley loves spending time with her husband and being adventurous!
Tram T. Quach, RDH
Education: Wichita State University
Tram sees patients at both our Jardine and Oaklawn Clinics. She believes there's always something new to learn from her patients. She enjoys talking with them and listening to what they can teach her.
Alyson Taylor-Smith, APRN, FNP-C
Education: Fort Hays State University
Alyson's love of community and public health led her to GraceMed. She enjoys building positive relationships with patients. She also likes sharing knowledge and tools that give them the confidence to make healthier choices for themselves and their families. Alyson stays active in the community and serves on her town's Recreation Commission, Board of Education, and booster club.
Josh Tibbe, MD
Education: Wayne State University, School of Medicine, Via Christi Family Medicine Residency
Dr. Tibbe is an enthusiastic caregiver who believes his primary calling as a physician is to serve his patients. He considers it an honor to help his patients improve their health and contribute to the health of the community.