Entries by KDCF

KDCF Creates Annual Bruce Bergstrom Award in Honor of its Namesake

The Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation (KDCF) recently created the first annual Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) Bruce Bergstrom Award for outstanding service, which was presented to its namesake at the Annual Meeting of the Kansas Dental Association on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Each year, the Bruce Bergstrom Award will be given to a KMOM general […]

For Immediate Release – Kansas Mission of Mercy Provides $1,102,222 in Care

The Kansas Mission of Mercy annual dental clinic was in Manhattan, KS on January 27-28, 2017. Volunteer dentists and hygienists provided 1,041 patients with $1,102,222 in care. To date, this is the fewest number of patients seen at a KMOM project (Manhattan was our 16th KMOM). However, everyone who arrived at the National Guard Armory while […]

Volunteer Registration for KMOM Manhattan is Closed

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN VOLUNTEERING. WE CURRENTLY HAVE ALL THE VOLUNTEERS WE NEED FOR KMOM MANHATTAN! If you are a licensed dentist, dental assistant, or have been recruited by a member of the KMOM Manhattan local committee for a specific job, please call our office at 785-272-7469.  

KDHE Updating Charitable Health Care Provider Record System

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment Office of Primary and Rural Health is updating its Charitable Health Care Provider (CHCP) record system. For this purpose, beginning November 30, 2016 letters have been sent to providers, including dentists and hygienists, that have provided charitable services in some manner since 1990 but have no specific point […]

For Immediate Release – Kansas Mission of Mercy Provides $1.2 Million In Care

SALINA, KAN. — A free two-day dental clinic in Salina served about 1,400 people. The Salina Journal reports that volunteers gathered Saturday night to celebrate completion of the 14th Kansas Mission of Mercy free dental clinic at the Salina Bicentennial Center. With $120,000 in donations, volunteers performed $1.2 million in dental work. A dozen local […]