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Prairiestar  Health Center Hutchinson

Prairiestar Health Center Hutchinson - Hutchinson

Hutchinson, KS - 67501

PrairieStar\'s dental department is comprised of a quality dental team. We focus on preventive and restorative dental services for the entire family. Our professional and compassionate staff brings you the best care possible.PrairieStar Health Center is a Non-profit Federal Qualified Health Center

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Konza Prairie Community Health & Dental Center

Konza Prairie Community Health & Dental Center - Junction City

Junction City, KS - 66441
(785) 238-1829
In 1994, Konza Prairie Community Health Center was formed to meet the unmet health care needs of the Junction City/Geary County area. We are governed by a Board of Directors made up of local people, a majority of which are Konza clients. Konza Prairie Community Health Center is a not-for-profit

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Salina Family Dental Clinic

Salina Family Dental Clinic - Salina

Salina, KS - 67401-2446
785-826-9017 x7
Permanent Clinic.

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Chc Of Se Kansas / Dental Clinic

Chc Of Se Kansas / Dental Clinic - Pittsburg

Pittsburg, KS - 66762-3910
620-231-6788
Permanent Clinic.

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Konza Prairie Community Dental Clinic

Konza Prairie Community Dental Clinic - Manhattan

Manhattan, KS - 66502-3541
785-320-7291
Permanent Clinic.

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Community Health Center Of Southeast Kansas / Iola Dental Clinic

Community Health Center Of Southeast Kansas / Iola Dental Clinic - Iola

Iola, KS - 66749-3004
620-365-6400
Permanent Clinic.

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United Methodist Mexican American Ministries Dental Clinic

United Methodist Mexican American Ministries Dental Clinic - Garden City

Garden City, KS - 67846-5560
620-272-0570
Permanent Clinic.

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United Methodist Western Kansas

United Methodist Western Kansas - Garden City

Garden City, KS - 67846



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The Hunter Health Clinic Incorporated

The Hunter Health Clinic Incorporated - Wichita

Wichita, KS - 67214



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Shawnee County Health Agency

Shawnee County Health Agency - Topeka

Topeka, KS - 66606



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