Provider visits for faculty and staff primarily focus on the treatment and care of minor health conditions, pharmacy services, and laboratory services. Furthermore, we are in-network for the State of Kansas Health Insurance. Common health conditions that we can help with include:
- Coughs, colds, sinus and ear discomfort
- Pink eye
- Minor cuts, bruises, and abrasions
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Bug bites, stings, and domestic animal bites
- Acute sprains and strains
- Laboratory and Pharmacy services (based on your primary care provider’s order)
Unfortunately, we cannot provide assessment, care, or treatment of injuries that have occurred at work or in any way relate to workers compensation. If you have a work related injury, please consult with your on-campus supervisor or Human Capital Services for next steps. Additionally, Lafene Health Center is NOT in-network for Medicaid or Medicare and will not file insurance claims to those entities. If you have Medicaid or Medicare as an insurance carrier, please contact your primary care provider about available healthcare options. Lafene Health Center is committed to working with our patients’ primary care providers to deliver exceptional continuity of care.
Initial appointments may be made by calling Lafene Health Center (785-532-6544) during business hours.Lafene Health Center is a fully accredited outpatient health center whose primary goal is serving the Manhattan campus of Kansas State University. If you have any questions, please feel free to call (785-532-6544) or visit the web page provided above for additional information and service availabilities.