Cairn Health is currently assisting clients via phone only and has no plans to reopen the office for in-person visits at this time. We respect the recommendations and guidelines set forth by the Governor’s office and the Sedgwick County Board of County Commissioners, but we know our clients are generally at a heightened risk as well as often being actively sick when seeking our services. We feel it is important to maintain client and staff safety as we continue to analyze the long-term impacts of this ongoing pandemic. We acted quickly in March when we saw the potential risks to our clients inherent in our long-standing service model to continue to provide services. We are working on further updates to our program to remove barriers to getting help and to further protect our community from unnecessary risk associated with walk-in services.

We will continue to offer further guidance and add new ways to access our services as we move forward. Please call our offices at 316-683-7559 to inquire further, check Google or Facebook, or visit our website for updates.

Thank you.
Cairn Health Management

Cairn Health Would Like to Thank Our 2019 Donors

Without your help this work would not be possible!

Mitzi Bales
Andrew Barclay
Andrew & Francesca Beard
Leonard Borland, M.D. & Betty Borland, D.O.
Mary Boyce, M.D.
Virginia Bradley Bill & Susie Braun
Marcia & Ron C. Brown, M.D.
Doris Butler, M.D.
Debra K. Calloway
Rachael Carrell
Brandi & Brian Clarke
Camille and Cevin Childers
Carla and Gary Chrispens/Blow N Go Vending
Barbara S. Coats
Sam Cohlmia, M.D.
Harold Collier
Kent & Cheryl Cooper
Joe Davison
Alex & Tammi DeBaun
John Alexander DeBaun
Jed & Paula Delmore
Linda Diffenbaugh
John Dorsch
Linda Drouhard
Francie & Hugh Ekengren
Tai Elder
Jim & Sara Farley
Lori & Darren Farley
Tim Fey
George & Susan Fluter
Kathrine Girrens, M.D.
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
Dr. & Mrs. Hew Goodpasture
Bart & Melissa Grelinger
Mike & Debbie Grimes
Michelle & Steve Grindel, M.D.
Arti Gupta, M.D. & Akash Joshi, M.D.
Richard & Diana Guthrie
Matt Hall
Patricia Wyatt-Harris & James Harris
Kevin Harrison
Rick & Kim Hartwell
Marlene Hayes
Sheryl Hemmen, M.D. & Steve Albert
Dr. Christina Nicholas & Andrew Hentzen
Jean and Dan Hogan
Andrea Holt
Gail Jabara
Connie Jean

DeAnn Jenkins
Fadi Joudi, M.D.
Kimber Kasitz
Tina Kayn
Rick & Janet Kellerman
John & Sharon Kiser
Chris Klouzek, M.D.
Kent & Julie Koehler
Kim Krohn, M.D.
Zak & Stephanie Kuhlmann
Jordan Lambert
Yoram Leitner, M.D.
Jana Lincoln
Sandi Lindsey
Daniel Luckert
Dr. Janey & Jeffrey Maki
Bassam & Rita Mattar
Robert May
Dan & Andrea McCarty
Patrick & Kathy McCoy
Robbin McLeod
Mark & Kathy Melhorn
Susan Menking M.D.
Bill & Debbie Messamore
Moneesh Mittal
Justin Moore & Tracy Williams
Dr. and Mrs. Steen Mortensen
Todd W. Murphy, M.D. & M. Laura Murphy, M.D.
Stephanie Murray, M.D.
Lynne Erin Murrow
Philip & Shirley Newlin
Mark & Myra Niederee
Thi Thi Nguyen
Sarah & Joe Nold, M.D.
Jacob Ott
Maria & Bill Palko
Reena N. Patel, M.D.
Michael & Mary Patton
Chad Pettera
Kris Pfeifer
Plymouth Congregational Church Endowment
Gautham Reddy, M.D. & Rebecca Reddy, M.D.
AJ Reed M.D.
Randall S. Regehr, M.D.
Ann & John Rempel, M.D.
Nicole Renee Michelle Ruge
Noel & Alisha Sanchez
Kim & Jon Schrage

Ty & Karen Schwertfeger
Jared & Kelli Scott
Richard & Barbara Shaw
Dr. & Mrs. John P. Smith
Mark & Debra Springer
Travis & Jan Stembridge
Pamela Stevens
Virgil & Carol Stinson
T G Construction
Patty Tenofsky, M.D.
Jennifer Thuener, M.D.
Angela & Nathan Tofteland
Trinity Presbyterian Church
United Way CFC Partnership
Jim & Lisa Vayda
Aaron & Jennifer Walker
Forrest Lynn & Rev. Nancy Barrett Walker
Wichita Radiological Group
   Kamran Ali, M.D.
   Christopher Baalmann, M.D.
   Kelsey Bourm, M.D.
   David Brake, M.D.
   Brent Cameron, M.D.
   Ellen Cooke, M.D.
   Debbie Desilet-Dobbs, M.D.
   Nathan Dobbs, M.D.
   Bruce Elson, M.D.
   Timothy Gronlie, M.D.
   Arti Gupta, M.D.
   James Homan, M.D.
   Akash Joshi, M.D.
   Amisha Khicha, M.D.
   Claudia Lawn, M.D.
   Shuo Li, M.D.
   John Lohnes, M.D.
   Barbara Luder, M.D.
   Michael Matchette, M.D.
   Lisa May, M.D.
   Charles McGuire, M.D.
   Vincent Paul, M.D.
   Grant Rine, M.D.
   Kermit Rust, M.D.
   Tyler Ternes, M.D.
   Adam Zarchan, M.D.
Lindsay Williams
Darrell Youngman

Formerly Medical Service Bureau

For more than 80 years, we have served the community, offering assistance to individuals and families who are low-income, uninsured or under-insured and without resources to pay for prescription medication and vision care. That mission and purpose is unchanged.

We wanted to update our name to better reflect the services, opportunities, and hope we provide to hundreds of people in our community every single year.

Our name has changed. Our compassion never will.


How We Help

Many individuals and families in our community struggle to obtain basic necessities some of us take for granted. They often have no prescription or vision care insurance; nor do they qualify for government programs. With limited resources, these medical needs can go unmet. While there are resources in our community to help, we often don't know where to start or how to access those resources. At Cairn Health, we connect people to available resources and we deliver important services to low-income or fixed income persons of all ages, whether they are children, families, adults, seniors, or persons who are working or may have been laid off, are experiencing homelessness or others who have temporarily fallen on hard times.

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Our New Name

A cairn is a human-made stack of stones, that serve as landmarks or trail markers. While they can often be pretty to look at, their typical function is to help travelers find their way in remote, often featureless, confusing areas. Coming across a cairn during a trek inspires a sense hope and confirmation that you’re going the right way.

We adopted “Cairn” as our name, because we believe that we serve the same purpose: helping people find their way through the confusing world of medical care. Our team is here to help our clients uncover the direction in which they should be moving, point them in the right direction if they lose their way, and serve as beacons of hope through the journey.