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Kansas Mission of Mercy Sees Over 1,100 Patients
Dental professionals helped provide $803,590 in free dental care to 1182 patients at the 13th Kansas Mission of Mercy project held this weekend in Dodge City. Since the project began in 2003, 24,150 patients have received nearly $13 million in free dental care.
The first patient of the clinic arrived on Thursday at 4:00 PM. Darci Burkes of Coldwater, KS, met her two friends in nearby Protection and caravanned north to the Western State Bank Expo Center in Dodge City. When they arrived at 4:00 PM on Thursday, they started the line that would continue to grow throughout the night.
"I think it's awesome they do this for people who cannot afford dental care," said Burkes."Something like this means a lot to us." Read More
Medicaid Expansion Advocacy Day at the Capitol
Join advocates on March 18 to take a stand for Kansas to Expand Medicaid! The Kansas Medicaid Access Coalition will start at the Topeka Statehouse Rotunda at 9 a.m. The day will begin with speaker presentations and meeting with your legislators throughout the day to share with them why its important for Medicaid expansion. Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger will be a featured speaker. Learn more and join the event on Facebook.
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