About College Park Family Care Center
To see a full list of College Park providers and locations- click on Our Doctors and Healthcare Providers below.
Our goal is to provide compassionate, comprehensive care for every member of your family. We have more than 90 providers, including specialists who can meet all your health care needs – from obstetrics and orthopedic surgeons to dermatologists and dietitians. At College Park Family Care Center, our faith-based mission is "care with caring," which means that we will treat the "whole" you—body, mind and spirit.
Specialties and Services
When you or someone in your family requires specialized care or diagnostic tests, you will be able to get the care you need at College Park. Our team includes a wide range of specialists. We also offer full-service laboratory services, cardiovascular imaging, endoscopy, and radiology.
Since 1980, College Park Family Care Center has provided compassionate, family-centered care to individuals and families in the Johnson County area. Over the years, the loyalty of our patients has allowed our practice to grow to more than 90 providers and 10 locations.
What makes College Park different?
We believe in "Care with Caring." Our faith-based mission isn’t simply to just care for you when you are sick. We believe in "care with caring," which means that we will treat the "whole" you—body, mind, and spirit. Our providers are compassionate and will take the time to listen to our patients and be there to help you take charge of your health. At College Park Family Care Center we have one simple goal—to take care of our patients the way we would want our own family taken care of.
College Park Mission Statement
College Park Family Care Center is a Christ-centered medical practice whose purpose is to provide quality, personal healthcare.
See more about our providers and hear about their approach to care in the video bios.
We believe in Fast, Convenient Medical Care.
In addition to our scheduled appointments, we offer same day appointments, as well as acute/walk-in care for evenings and weekends to make it easy for your family to get the care you need, when you need it most. Our providers all rotate on-call schedules to make sure that if you have a question or concern, there is someone you can talk to 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We also offer patients the convenience of our “patient portal” which allows you access to your medical records, prescription refills, secure messaging with your provider and more, anytime, from anywhere.
Getting Care should be simple and seamless.
Our family physicians coordinate the overall care for each family member and we offer a full range of specialties and services (including lab and x-ray) all under one practice. To ensure continuity, every College Park provider has access to your health history through your electronic medical record which means that you will have peace of mind knowing that whoever you see, will know all the necessary medical information to treat you.
- Allergy & Asthma
- Dietary Consultation
- Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
- Family Practice
- General Surgery
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Pain Management
- Physical Therapy
- Sports Medicine
Our allergists work with our primary care physicians and other specialists to diagnose and treat allergies, asthma, chronic urticaria and sinusitis, immune system disorders, food sensitivities, frequent/chronic respiratory infections, and skin allergies for patients of all ages, infants to seniors. Services include allergy testing, shot clinics and drug allergy/desensitization.
We offer a full range of dermatological services, including cosmetic procedures to help keep your skin healthy and beautiful. Our dermatologists work with our primary care physicians and other specialists to diagnose and treat disorders of the skin, hair and nails.
Good nutrition is essential to health and wellness, and diet plays a critical role in disease management and weight management. Our dietitians support our primary care physicians and other specialists by providing nutritional counseling based on each patient’s health history and individual needs. We have Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE) that provide care specific to the pre-diabetes and diabetic patient. Dietary supplements are available at some locations.
Our ENT doctors work with our primary care physicians and other specialists to diagnose and treat infections and conditions of the ear, nose, and throat, as well as head and neck disorders.
College Park’s family practice physicians provide primary health care to patients of all ages. Your family physician will coordinate care for each family member, including making referrals to specialists and working closely with physician assistants and nurse practitioners to provide seamless, comprehensive care. Every family physician at College Park has specialized training in family practice and is certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
College Park’s general surgeons are available to consult with you and your primary care physician about surgical procedures, and they also perform some noninvasive procedures.
Our neurologists work with our primary care physicians and specialists to diagnose and treat abnormalities and disorders in the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. A designated Migraine/headache clinic is available. Diagnostic tools including Electromyography (EMG), Electroencephalograms (EEG), and Botox treatments for Migraines and Spasticity in MS and Cerebral palsy patients. Through our state-of-the-art technology, we can immediately view neuroimaging. We offer an outpatient infusion (intravenous or IV) therapy clinic for short- and long-term therapy needs. And, provide specialized care for our Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients.
Our primary care physicians provide obstetric and gynecological care to women and expectant mothers.
Our orthopedic surgeons work with our primary care physicians and other specialists to diagnose and treat injuries and disorders of the bones and joints, including broken bones, sports injuries, and a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions.
When patients suffer from chronic pain – such as the pain associated with arthritis, fibromyalgia, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, or chronic headaches – our pain management specialists look at the whole body and examine the root causes of pain to determine appropriate treatment and therapies.
Our physical therapists support our primary care physicians and other specialists by helping patients recover from injuries, heal after surgery, and manage various musculoskeletal issues. Physical Therapy will improve posture, strength, flexibility, & endurance, as well as provide education on body mechanics and ergonomics. For your convenience, physical therapy is offered at four locations.
Our Podiatrists diagnose and treat disorders of the foot and ankle. Our specialists can assist with treating Achilles tendonitis, athlete’s foot, blisters, bunions, corns/calluses, diabetic foot care, heel pain, ingrown toe nails, fit orthotics, plantar fasciitis, warts, and much more. Podiatry is offered at our Specialty Office.
The College Park team has one of the few fellowship-trained orthopedic and primary care sports medicine physicians in KC with the experience and expertise to diagnose and treat a wide variety of sports-related conditions, from acute injuries to chronic pain. Sports medicine draws on multiple specialties, from orthopedics and physical therapy to pain management and neurology. College Park is proud to treat the UMKC and JCCC sports team athletes.
Our urologists work with our primary care physicians and specialists to diagnose, treat, and manage disorders of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and the male reproductive organs.
- Anti-Coagulation Therapy (ACT)
- Cardiovascular imaging
- Clinical Trials
- Dietary/Nutrition Services
- Full-Service Laboratory
- Functional Medicine
- Radiology and Imaging
College Park’s ACT Clinic provides convenient, specialized care and medication monitoring for patients who are taking blood thinners.
Our cardiovascular imaging lab performs echocardiograms, arterial duplex sonograms (including lower extremities, upper extremities, carotid arteries, abdominal aorta, and renal arteries), nuclear stress treadmill tests, and nuclear lexiscan stress tests.
College Park’s Research Department was formed in 1995 to better serve the health needs of our community and the pharmaceutical industry. Our participation in clinical trials reflects the commitment of College Park physicians and providers to offering patients the most current, up-to-date choices of medication, and to staying on the cutting-edge of new medicines.
College Park has several registered dieticians on staff at various locations and each have their area of nutrition specialty such as: celiac/gluten free, diabetes and heart disease. They also offer specialized diabetes and heart health nutrition classes and support groups.
Our endoscopy providers performs tests to diagnose conditions of the throat, stomach, and gastrointestinal tract. Procedures offered include Upper GI endoscopy and colonoscopy.
College Park partners with LabCorp to offer full-service, on-site laboratory services, making it easy and convenient for you to get the lab tests your doctor wants you to have.
Functional medicine is personalized medicine that deals with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of symptoms for serious chronic disease. Functional medicine looks at the core clinical imbalances that underlie various disease conditions.
College Park offers full-service radiology, including regular X-rays, MRI, CT, digital mammography, ultrasound, bone density, calcium scoring and 3D/4D sonograms.
The physicians and providers at College Park Family Care Center have a strong commitment to provide their patients with the most current, up-to-date choices of medication available, and to stay on the cutting-edge of new medicines. The Research Department was formed in 1995 to better serve the health needs of our community and the pharmaceutical industry. The research staff consists of select physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and research nurses committed to ensuring that your research experience is safe, pleasant, and confidential.
What is a clinical trial?
A clinical trial is a carefully designed study that involves people like you who volunteer to receive investigational medication under close supervision by a physician and other research professionals. Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies have developed these treatments. These companies have then selected physicians, also called investigators, who are qualified to conduct clinical trials. It is through these trials that investigational drugs may show their benefits. Clinical trials may also continue after a drug is FDA approved. Studies are conducted that compare the new drug (in terms of its safety, effectiveness and cost) to other drugs already on the market. Other research studies may determine if a therapy can be administered to children or special populations.
Clinical Research studies conducted at College Park Family Care Center over the years have lead to the FDA approval of many new medications, such as: Nasonex, Claritin, Clarinex, Zomig, Imitrex, Serevent, Advair, Glucovance, Atrovent Nasal Spray, and Prilosec.
None of these medications would be available to consumers today, were it not for the help of hundreds of people like you, who care enough to contribute your time and energy to the advancement of medical knowledge.
Why should I participate?
A clinical trial presents a unique opportunity to participate in innovative research, utilizing a promising new medication or device. Since patients are seen frequently, they receive very thorough health care. In addition to free medical care including physical exams, lab tests, X-rays, and study medication, patients are also paid for their participation. Patients in medical research studies gain an increased understanding of their disease process. Every volunteer in a clinical trial is extremely valuable and important. Without volunteers, there would be no new drugs to fight diseases and ailments. By participating in a clinical trial, you are helping yourself and others like you live longer and healthier lives now and far into the future.
What is involved?
Take a few minutes to browse through the health indications listed to learn about research studies offered at our facility. If interested in participating, or learning more about a particular clinical trial, contact the research staff at (913)469-9887.
The research staff will discuss the study with you and answer any questions you may have. Based on this information, you will be able to determine if the study would benefit you and your medical needs.
If you are a potential candidate for the clinical trial, you will be scheduled for a screening visit to determine your eligibility. Prior to any procedures being preformed, you will read an informed consent document and again be given an opportunity to receive answers to any questions you may have. If you qualify, you will be enrolled in the study, which will require some time and cooperation on your part. For example, most studies will require that you be scheduled for several office visits, use the provided study medication, and record symptoms in a provided study diary. After a study visit, a check will be mailed to your home. Compensation varies from study to study, and is usually based on the procedures involved at the study visit and the amount of time required.
For more information, please contact the Research Department at (913) 469-9887.
College Park Family Care Center has a team of 6 dietitians who provide outpatient nutritional counseling for diabetes management, reduction of heart disease risk, food allergies/intolerance, weight loss and other nutrition-related problems. The team offers classes as well as individual sessions, and each dietitian strives to provide up-to-date, personalized and practical care to all patients. Nutrition services are located at 7 locations throughout Johnson County.
Our Walk In/Acute Care clinic is located at 11725 W. 112th Street at our Overland Park, KS office. We accept walk in patients during the following hours for urgent needs.
Monday-Friday 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
When you receive after hours care at our Walk In/Acute Care clinic you can rely on seeing a College Park provider who has access to your health history. We also have available lab and xray to see and treat many minor illnesses and injuries.
Some of the conditions we treat at our Walk In/Acute Care clinic:
- Broken bone
- Stomach Pain
- Ear Infection
- Upper Respiratory Infection
- And other minor injuries
Please schedule an appointment during office hours with your primary care physician for any non-emergent need, chronic condition, refill request, or wellness care. Our goal is to provide you with continuity of care with your primary physician who is familiar with all of your individual health needs.