300-340 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, KS, 66103
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Trained & verified volunteers may schedule hours at the clinic using the link below.
JayDoc is open for both general clinic and specialty nights and walk-ins during regular hours on Monday & Friday at 5pm.
Please show up with a mask or face covering if you have one. If you do not, we will provide one for you but our supply is limited.
We are happy to announce that the JayDoc Free Dental Clinic is open! Starting Tuesday, January 12, 2021 the clinic will be open every other Tuesday evening, by appointment only. An important change for the time being is that we will not be accepting walk-ins due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you would like an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Clinic services are currently limited to teeth extractions only and all extractions are free.
JayDoc Free Clinic has served over 1,000 patients per year since its 2003 launch. The student-run clinic provides non-emergency urgent and preventative care to the uninsured and underinsured populations of Greater Kansas City. The general clinic is open Monday and Wednesday evenings, and specialty clinics operate on Tuesday evenings. JayDoc also provides patients with referrals to other clinics in the Safety Net system to ensure an ongoing home for medical care.
Each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening, JayDoc is staffed with volunteer attending physicians and residents, medical student physicians, and staff who serve with patient intake and front desk operations. The JayDoc team is entirely volunteer, a cohesive unit who share a vision to provide quality health care to the uninsured and underinsured in Greater Kansas City.
JayDoc Free Clinic is supported by grassroots donations from community members as well as grants from area and national organizations who share our vision.
The JayDoc Free Clinic exists to provide quality healthcare to the underserved populations of Greater Kansas City, while creating invaluable opportunities for students at the University of Kansas to enhance their education in the health professions.