Kansas Mission of Mercy-Salina: Patient Characteristics, Needs and Satisfaction

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Apr 01, 2005


Daniel Bryan, M.P.A.

Kansas Dental clinic event in Salina, Kansas. Several dentists and patients in dental chairs.

Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM), a project of the Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation, held a free dental clinic February 18-20, 2005, in Salina, Kansas. Volunteers at the clinic collected exit surveys from patients, which KHI analyzed and summarized in this report for the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund.

The report provides a profile of the patients served by KMOM and their experiences at the clinic.

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