FAQs

What is M-Care Healthcare?

What is M-Care? We believe that healthcare is a human right therefore M-Care is dedicated to providing quality, affordable health care to the underserved in our community. The underserved include those who are homebound, low-income, immigrants or members of the LGBTQ+ community.
 
We provide primary care to these patients who are often feel judged, unheard, or even are frightened by health care providers. Below are some answers to the question, "What is M-Care?"

What does "underserved" mean?

When we say we provide care for those who are underserved we mean those people who have limited access to, or no health care. Examples may include those who have low-incomes or who are immigrants. We include members of the LGBTQIA as well because they often face discrimination in health care.

However, we are open to anyone!

What does Homebound mean?

Homebound is a term Medicare uses to describe those for whom leaving the home is a taxing effort. 

Medicare considers you homebound if:
  1. You need the help of another person or medical equipment such as crutches, a walker, or a wheelchair to leave your home.
  2. Your medical provider believes that your health or illness could get worse if you leave your home.
  3. And, it is difficult for you to leave your home and you typically cannot do so.

Our providers will conduct an evaluation of your condition and will determine if you are homebound. If you are, you are eligible to receive in-home primary care (house calls) from our providers.

Does M-Care accept insurance?

M-Care Healthcare accepts the following insurance including Medicaid, Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas, United Commercial, Providers Care and Cigna. Check with us about your plan as we are applying for credentials for other plans as well. 

What if I don't have insurance?

We believe strongly that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare. For those without insurance, we have a sliding scale fee based on your income. Please call us to inquire about the sliding scale.

Who are the providers?

Our providers are Amanda Mogoi, APRN and Vincent Mogoi, DNP, APRN. Both are nurse practitioners who work collaboratively with Dr. Stephen Grillot. Read more about them on our About page.

What services do you provide?

We offer primary care services both to homebound patients and in our clinic.

This includes everything from seeing you when you're sick, to annual physicals, medication management, gynecological exams and testing, and more. We are one of the few hormone clinics in the region.

Click on a service to learn more.

In-Home Care (house calls for homebound individuals)

Primary Care Clinic

LGBTQ+ Services

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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