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Our Services

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  • Meet our providers – Dr. Pank...

    Dr. William Pankey

    Dr. William Pankey is Vibrant Health’s Medical Director and
    has been a dedicated pediatrician for more than 20 years. As one of Vibrant’s
    most beloved staff members, we sat down with him to learn more about his

    Tell me about […]

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  • Expanding our Women’s Health ...

    Vibrant Health recently expanded our women’s health services to better serve our patients and community. Women’s health is essential to holistic well-being and our patients have the opportunity to meet with our exceptional care team on a variety of needs.

    Well […]

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    Pursuing vibrant health for diabeti...

    As we close National Diabetes Month, we reflect on Vibrant Health’s work every day of every month to ease the suffering of our diabetic patients.
    Our excellent health care providers frequently identify and diagnose diabetes in our patients. Beyond testing and […]

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    Give to Vibrant Health this #Giving...

    Tomorrow, communities around the country will celebrate Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving. When you give to Vibrant Health you give just that — vibrant health to people who need it most.
    We need 50 of our friends to give […]

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    Five reasons you need a flu vaccine...

    Fight Flu After last winter’s deadly flu season, during which more than 80,000 people died from flu-related illnesses — the most in forty years, we’re more determined than ever to prevent the spread of flu in our community. Here are five […]

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  • Expanding access through the Commun...

    Last week, The Unified Government Public Health Department (UGPHD) of Kansas City, Kansas and its planning partners announced the 2018-2023 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). Vibrant Health is honored to be a lead agency on the CHIP initiative, focused on […]

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    Ready for School: Community Health ...

    In August, Vibrant Health held our first Back to School Examathon and it was a resounding success! We provided 173 children with physicals, which are required by Kansas City, Kansas Schools for school attendance. The physicals enabled our patients to […]

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  • Medicaid Isn’t The Problem &#...

    The elections in November, particularly in Kansas, are the most important elections for the health of our region in a very long time.
    In 2017 Medicaid expansion was passed by the Kansas legislature, only to be vetoed by Governor Brownback. Surveys […]

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  • Meet our Team: Dr. Anderson...

    We’re lucky to have exceptional staff at Vibrant Health who are passionate about their jobs and the patients and community we serve. Today, we get to introduce you to Dr. Allison Anderson. 
    What is your job at Vibrant Health?
    I am general […]

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    Health Centers: a good prescription...

    This week, health centers across the country are celebrating National Health Center Week, in honor of the more than 28 million patients accessing health care through community health centers like Vibrant Health. Health centers are critical to the changing health […]

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Our Impact

Read our patients' stories

About one in four children is diagnosed as obese (ages 2-18). Studies cite that due to obesity, this generation of children in the United States could be the first generation to live less healthful and shorter lives than their parents. Management of obesity in children is critical to decreasing future risks and related costs to the health care system and maximizing the quality of life during childhood and adulthood.


The absence of prenatal care increases the prevalence of low birth weight deliveries and premature births. As part of our comprehensive primary care practice, Kristina and her baby will receive prenatal services and support, reducing the risk of serious pregnancy complications.


Although autism is hard to diagnose before 24 months, symptoms often surface between 12 and 18 months. If signs are detected by 18 months of age, intensive treatment may help to rewire the brain and reverse or reduce the symptoms of autism. Elliot’s primary care team includes a Healthy Steps Specialist focused on monitoring the child’s development from birth to 33 months and providing parental support.