About

About M-Care Healthcare— Primary Care in Wichita

At M-Care Healthcare, we’re passionate about serving the underserved. We provide primary care in a traditional clinic setting as well as in-home for qualifying patients in the region.

Our providers are committed to serving those who may be overlooked and underserved in traditional health care settings including immigrants, those with low-incomes, or members of the LGBTQ+ community. We promise to hear you and understand your needs.

Our primary care services are available to people of all ages from infants to senior citizens. Read more about the M-Care Healthcare team below. Contact us to schedule an appointment.

Amanda Mogoi, APRN

Amanda Mogoi holds an MSN degree as a family nurse practitioner and has served the Wichita community for more than 15 years. Amanda is passionate about providing inclusive, quality primary care for members of the community, including underserved populations. In addition, she is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.

VINCENT MOGOI, DNP APRN

Vincent Mogoi is a family nurse practitioner who holds a Doctorate in Nursing (DNP), the highest level of nursing education.  He has more than nine years of experience providing acute and chronic care management in all healthcare settings, including in-home care.

Dr. Stephen Grillot, DO

Dr. Stephen Grillot is the collaborative physician working with the team to ensure quality care. Dr. Grillot has nearly 30 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from the Kansas City University of Medicine Bioscience College Of Osteopathic Medicine medical school in 1993.

Hours
Mon - Thurs.
8 AM - Noon, 
1 PM - 4 PM
Friday
Closed
Sat - Sun
Closed
Holidays
Closed
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Due to Covid-19 ramping back up in our community, we are taking extra precautions to keep our patients and our staff safe.

Our updated Covid policy will be in effect starting July 20, 2020:

  • We are scheduling both in-person and telehealth visits depending on the nature of the appointment. This allows us to limit the number of people in our waiting room without limiting the number of patients we can see per day. Thank you for your understanding!
  • If you have an in-person visit, you must wear a mask.
  • If you do have an in-person visit, please do not bring another person with you unless you are a minor with a parent or guardian, or a caregiver.
  • If you are feeling sick, have a fever, or cough, loss of smell, or other symptoms, please contact us to reschedule your appointment or for a telehealth appointment instead.
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