Healthcare for all.
Konza Prairie Community Health Center is a community-based medical, dental, and behavioral health clinic dedicated to providing patient-centered, integrated care to all people, regardless of income, insurance status, or ability to pay.
Konza welcomes a diverse population with compassion and extra care that reaches beyond traditional clinic services. Konza provides an on-site patient resource coordinator and live Spanish language translator at our clinics. We also have community-based healthcare workers in Geary and Riley county who work to connect community members to access needed services for housing, transportation, employment, and much more.
Konza clinics provide a safe location for undocumented farmworkers, persons who are homeless, and refugees to access healthcare.
1994 – Konza Prairie Community Health Center opened in Junction City
2000 – Moved to larger (current) Junction City location
2009 – Opened Konza Dental clinic in Manhattan at Riley County Health Department
2014 – Added Medical services in Manhattan clinic
2015 – Full renovation and addition of pharmacy in Junction City clinic
2019 – Added Behavioral Health services in Manhattan clinic
2021 – Recognized as a HRSA Health Center Leader for Quality and Advancing Health Information Technology
About Our Practice
WHAT IS A COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER?
Konza Prairie Community Health Center is a not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) – one of nearly 1,400 health centers nationwide which are partially funded by the United States Health Resource Service Administration (HRSA).
Learn more about the HRSA Health Center Program here.