Meet our providers

Meet our doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners and behavioral health specialists that you will see when you visit Vibrant Health.

Our locations

Find one of our three locations, all centrally located in Kansas City, Kansas.

Our Services

Learn about our services, how to make an appointment and what types of insurance and payment options we provide.

Pickleball tournament July 29!

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    Maria Reyes, right, meets […]

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    Towards a Healthier Future For All ...

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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.

Brandon

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.

Kristina

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.

Elliot