In 1976, Wichita’s Native American community sought a better life for their children. They knew that good health must come first, that good health would bring hope to their people, and hope would bring dignity.
When the needs of the general community became apparent, Hunter opened it doors to serve all people.
That is the Indian way.
Specializing in caring for those who are uninsured and under-insured, Hunter Health Clinic is a non-profit Community Health Center in Wichita, Kansas. Hunter Health Clinic provides quality primary health care to all regardless of race or ethnicity.
Hunter Health Clinic is the only Urban Indian Health Program in Kansas and the only federally funded Health Care for the Homeless Center in Wichita. In 2011, Hunter Health Clinic had over 84,000 patient encounters and 33,840 patients. 70% of our patients are uninsured.