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Mission

Hope Healthcare Services ministers to the physical and spiritual health burdens of uninsured people in our community as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Hope Healthcare Services (f/k/a Kingsway Community Care Center) began as a ministry of the Kingsway Christian Church and gained its 501c3 non-profit status in October, 2006. At that time patients were seen exclusively by medical and dental professionals, pharmacists, receptionists and other professionals who all donated their time at the clinic.  Since opening the doors in June, 2005, hundreds of volunteers have provided quality medical, dental and spiritual care services in over 16,000 patient-visits.

HOPE patients are those who are unable to obtain health insurance and do not qualify for government programs. These patients are treated by both staff and medical and dental professionals donating their time in volunteer service. HOPE has provided these services since 2005.

Every patient served at Hope Healthcare Services is given the care to treat each individual in body, mind and spirit in a well-equipped medical facility with highly skilled medical professionals. We believe the ultimate hope is found in relationship with Jesus Christ, and it is the foundation of our work at Hope.

Hope Healthcare Services Staff

  • Executive Director John Mollaun
  • Clinical Services Manager Chet Linson
  • Clinical Services Assistant Becki Henson
  • Administrative Assistant Lisa Hall
  • JoBeth Armstrong, PA
  • Darla Gowan, FNP

Board of Directors

  • Marc Menkveld – Attorney, Stoll, Keenon & Ogden Attorneys at Law
  • Meg Crittendon, MD (Treasurer) – Indianapolis Suburban Region Emergency Department Medical Director, IU Health.  Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, IU School of Medicine
  • Brad Deardorff (Secretary) – Chief Financial Officer, Connection Pointe Christian Church
  • Cathy Allen (President) – Project leader of marketing, training and development for Pharma companies, Allen Project Management, LLC
  • James Vancuren, MD – OBGYN, retired
  • Rick Alexander – Pastor of Ministry Operations, Harvest Bible Chapel Indy West
  • Tim Parsons – Lead Pastor, The Journey Church (Avon, IN) 
  • Carolyn Chaplin – Manager, Blue & Co.

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Since St. Valentine is known as the patron saint of love, epileptics and beekeepers, we thought we’d touch on some interesting facts related to all three!

When we think of love, of course our first thought is about our hearts. It also turns out February is heart health month and that makes it a perfect time to think about the old ticker a little more. By reducing your exposure to smoke or secondhand smoke you can dramatically improve your hearts health.

Epilepsy on the other hand is not something that we often think of when we think of Valentine’s Day or the saint himself but, St. Valentine was actually a physician himself. Epilepsy is a type of neurological disorder that is characterized by sudden, recurrent seizures. Most epileptic seizures last from 1 to 2 minutes but some are known to last longer. It currently impacts 40 to 50 MILLION people worldwide.

As for beekeepers, Hendrick’s County has its very own beekeeper’s club! They even host informational events about bees and how to attract them. So, if bees are your thing (or even if they aren’t) it seems like Hendricks County has some sweet ways to learn about the honey and hives around the community.

We HOPE you have a seriously awesome Valentine’s Day.

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Since St. Valentine is known as the patron saint of love, epileptics and beekeepers, we thought we’d touch on some interesting facts related to all three! 

When we think of love, of course our first thought is about our hearts. It also turns out February is heart health month and that makes it a perfect time to think about the old ticker a little more. By reducing your exposure to smoke or secondhand smoke you can dramatically improve your hearts health.

Epilepsy on the other hand is not something that we often think of when we think of Valentine’s Day or the saint himself but, St. Valentine was actually a physician himself. Epilepsy is a type of neurological disorder that is characterized by sudden, recurrent seizures. Most epileptic seizures last from 1 to 2 minutes but some are known to last longer. It currently impacts 40 to 50 MILLION people worldwide.

As for beekeepers, Hendrick’s County has its very own beekeeper’s club! They even host informational events about bees and how to attract them. So, if bees are your thing (or even if they aren’t) it seems like Hendricks County has some sweet ways to learn about the honey and hives around the community.

We HOPE you have a seriously awesome Valentine’s Day.

www.myhopehealth.org