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Rich Noll Pacesetter Award
One of the most important assets the City has is its workers. They are the codes enforcement officers, water service employees, police officers and 311 operators that make Kansas City operate. For the last few years those workers have seen layoffs, wage freezes and other things that have affected morale. The Rich Noll Pacesetter Award is a program that recognizes city workers who have done outstanding service for the people of Kansas City. Its namesake, the late Rich Noll, was known for his dedication and hard work in every job he took during his 26 years with the City. Our first Rich Noll Pacesetter Award recipients were introduced in August and many city workers have followed since. But they aren’t the only ones, the council will continue to recognize Rich Noll Pacesetters every month. Nominate someone here.
Clinic Open for Employees and family covered with BCBSKC
KC Health Care Trust Employee Clinic, 816-513-6001, Health Department, 2400 Troost Ave., Suite 1000
Hours of Operation
Employees, retirees, spouses and dependents covered by the City’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City employer-sponsored health plan have an affordable, convenient and accessible full-service health center option. KC Health Care Trust Employee Clinic waives co-pays and deductibles when covered employees use the clinic’s services. The clinic provides acute and follow-up care for many common medical concerns as well as many preventive services, including medication and prescriptions. These services can complement the care provided by primary care physicians and specialists, as well as collaborate with any disease management services available through an employee’s health plan.
No co-pay, no deductible. Walk-ins welcome! For more information, or to schedule services, please call 816-513-6001.
Check out the new Kansas City Health Care Trust Medical Kiosk located on the 8th floor of City Hall. The Medical Kiosk will be open to all current and retired City employees, their spouses and dependents ages 18 and older who are enrolled in one of the City’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC) health plans.
The Medical Kiosk will be open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
There is no co-pay or deductible for using this service and the Medical Kiosk can treat the following:
- Mild asthma
- Minor headaches
- Sprains, strains
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
- Bumps, scrapes
- Burning with urination
- Coughs, sore throats, ear and sinus pain
- Eye swelling, irritation, redness or pain
- Minor allergic reactions
- Minor fevers, colds
- Rashes, minor burns
- Chronic medical conditions (diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc.)
The last scheduled appointment will be at 4:30 p.m. and walk-ins will be taken until 4:45 p.m. To schedule an appointment call 800-447-6890.
This service is brought to you by the Kansas City Health Care Trust.
Questions? Please contact Jill Monroe, Wellness Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-513-1918.
Additional items of interest:
- The Surplus Property Office offers a wide variety of surplus goods for sale at kcmo.gov/surplus.