Dear Friend of the Clinic,

I am just returning from time off during which I came to a tough decision. Circumstances make it difficult for me to continue my work for Family Health Care. As many of you know, I have been balancing the Clinic’s needs with caring for my mom in my home and have also been trying to carve out time with my grandchildren. We are on-track this year with a planned gradual conversion of responsibilities towards my retirement. But, COVID responses and other issues significantly impacted those transition points.

Over the past three decades, as we grew the Family Health Care mission from a small clinic with my best friend and parents assisting, to multiple locations and more than 60 employees today, the ever-increasing time demands put on my in various roles have squeezed my precious time for my family. I do not want to regret missing this family time. Time with my young granddaughters. Time to do right by my mom for her lifelong love and support of me.

Therefore, I am moving retirement up by a few months. My retirement from administrative work is effective now. Soon there will be additional announcements regarding the changes this entails.

I feel it is important to provide some guidance to long-term patients and help with transitions to other caregivers. If you want a telehealth visit to review you or your family member’s care plan, I will arrange to visit with you before the end of the year. We will call or you may call the main Clinic number, 913.722.3100, to request this closing visit. There will of course be providers at the Clinic continuing services in my absence.

Having spent my entire adult life building this community service organization, I am proud of what it has become and that the community chose to have it bear my name. All of you-staff, patients, volunteers, medical students, residents, funders and donors make it all possible and help change lives each day. Together, through the work of the Clinic, we change the world. You all will forever remain in my heart and I appreciate all you have done to make the work of Sharon Lee Family Health Care a success. I hope to see you at a retirement party once we are all able safely to gather again.


Sharon Lee, MD


Sharon Lee Family Health Care is your Federally Qualified Community Health Center.
That means we have met the rigorous federal standards to qualify for this designation.

Our goal is to continue to provide the quality, affordable, and accessible comprehensive care you have come to expect from Family Health Care.

Call for an appointment at any of our locations: 913-722-3100



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Health Centers - most providing COVID Care

If you do not have a primary care provider and are sick, but do not believe you require emergency assistance- Please call one of the health centers listed below. These health centers accept most insurance plans and they also provide affordable services based on family size and income.


Si no tiene un proveedor de atención primaria y está enfermo, pero no cree que necesita asistencia de emergencia, llame a uno de los centros de salud que se enumeran a continuación. Estos centros de salud aceptan la mayoría de los planes de seguro y también brindan servicios asequibles según el tamaño de la familia y los ingresos.

Local Health Centers  
Family Health Care913-722-3100
KC Care816-753-5144
Swope Health Services816-923-5800
Samuel Rogers Health Services816-474-4920
Vibrant Health 913-342-2552



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Accepting new patients!


Family Health Care on Southwest Boulevard wants to be the community health clinic FOR YOUR WHOLE FAMILY. You do not need to travel outside Wyandotte for healthy visits, sick care and dental care for you or your kids. Call for an appointment today. (Same day appointments available.)  913-722-3100


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Family Health Care is a 501c3 charity.

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  • 60% of AGI Limit Suspended for 2020
    For the 2020 tax year, individuals can deduct any cash contributions made to qualified charitable organizations, up to 100% of their adjusted gross income (AGI). Deductions for cash donations were previously limited to 60% of the taxpayer’s AGI.
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    For the 2020 tax year, corporations can deduct up to 25% of the taxpayer’s taxable income for any cash contributions made to qualified charitable organizations. Deductions for cash donations were previously limited to 10% of the taxpayer’s taxable income.
  • New $300 Deduction for Qualified Charitable Donations
    Individuals who take the standard deduction can claim an above-the-line tax deduction for cash donations to qualified charitable organizations, up to $300.

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About our new name-
Sharon Lee Family Health Care
Previously named by our location- Southwest Boulevard Family Health Care Services of Greater Kansas City, Inc.
  • This name was too cumbersome. Over 70 characters. It did not fit many required forms.

  • This name was not the common name most other agencies/providers and patients used to refer to the organization during the past thirty years.
- We chose to change the name to honor Dr. Sharon Lee, co-founder of the clinic in 1989.


Family Health Care now has two sites (in Rosedale and in Turner) and offers services from your car, on the phone and in person-


Now offering drive-thru lab testing at Southwest Boulevard and Rainbow Clinic

Have your lab drawn from your car- please call ahead for appointment. 913-722-3100


Now offering visits by video phone or computer links.
Please call for a telehealth appointment. 913-722-3100  


In-office appointments for new or established patients may be made at either location. Please do not just walk in as we are trying to keep the lobby area from being filled. All the rooms are cleaned after each patient and the lobby, restrooms and other common rooms are cleaned throughout the day.


We may also be able to fill prescriptions by phone and mail them to you. Please let us know if you want mailed prescriptions.


Rosedale Clinic Updated Hours: (If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please call ahead. Do not walk-in for visits.)

300 Southwest Boulevard

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday 

8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
7:30 AM- 5:00 PM
8:00 AM- 5:00 PM

Turner Clinic Updated Hours (Well visits only- please do not go to this site with cold or flu-like symptoms)

2002 S 51st St 

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday 

8 AM-5 PM
8 AM-5 PM
8 AM-5 PM
8AM-5 PM 

  • Due to circumstances FHC Quindaro is closed indefinitely 


Black lives matter-

Systemic Racism and acts of bigotry kill

Another pandemic has stalked the world for generations. It has infected all our institutions and each person in our nation is afflicted. Racism kills just as surely as COVID-19. It sickens all of us; but it disproportionately kills people, and especially men, who are black. 

Sharon Lee Family Health Care as an organization supports the need for real change in our social and legal systems to realize the promise of America.

Family Health Care stands in support of the American Public Health Association's recommendations to reduce police practices that are shaped by systemic racism.

Family Health Care commits to
  • support of the Black Lives Matter movement and 
  • support of appropriate policing by peace officers.
Anyone promoting anti-racism without cussing or instigating violence is welcome to join us.

Stay Safe,
Sharon Lee​ MD

American Medical Association- Statement on why police brutality is a matter of public health...

More about how we can do better...

The first FHC VALUE:


Equity – We believe in the inherent worth of each individual and strive to interact respectfully and fairly with each person, particularly those who are most vulnerable by approaching each individual with compassion and caring.



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