Ness City, KS 67560
Ness City Medical Clinic
Rural Health Clinic
Ness City, KS 67560
Call us! 785-798-2233
Clinic hours 8:30am-5pm
Rural Health Care Hours
Monday through Friday
(785) 798-2233 Phone
(785) 798-3302 Fax
Ness City Medical Clinic is located at 316 Custer Street, on the east end of the Ness County Hospital. We offer healthcare for the entire family, including well child exams, vaccinations, annual physical exams, healthcare screenings, audiometry testing, CDL/DOT physicals and many other medical services.
Our Mission is to Provide Quality Healthcare Services that are compassionate, accessible and affordable to our community.
Ness City Medical Clinic strives to be the leading provider of the local medical community offering specialty services and maintaining provider referral services when needed.
If you have any further questions or concerns please contact the Medical Clinic at 785-798-2233
William J. McDonald
Bill is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner-APRN-BC that is ANCC board certified in pediatric care. He joined the Ness City Medical Clinic team in 2010 bringing 26 years of experience to our clinic and patients.
Bill completed his undergraduate education at Fort Hays State University and his nurse practitioner studies at the University of Kansas with additional graduate studies at Wichita State University & the University of Minnesota.
Bill’s hobbies include camping, boating and spending time with his family and friends.
Sarah, affectionately called Sally, is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner-APRN that joined the clinic team part time in 2016 and then came on board full time in 2016. Sally brings years of healthcare experience with her. Sally has worked as a Registered Nurse and a Director of Nursing before becoming an Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Sally completed her undergraduate education at Dodge City Community College and her nurse practitioner studies at KU School of Nursing.
Sally’s hobbies include quilting, working cattle, and fixing fence.
Tammy is a registered nurse-RN-BC with the Ness City Medical Clinic. She offers 26 years of nursing experience and supervisor skills in the medical profession. She received her nursing degree from Dodge City Community College.
Tammy is ANCC (American Nursing Credentialing Center) board certified in Ambulatory Care. Tammy is also a member of the Kansas Medical Group Management Association of Kansas.
Tammy joined the clinic team in 2015 and works as the Clinic’s Manager. Before joining the clinic team, Tammy worked as the nursing supervisor on NASA’s Flight Analog Research Unit in Galveston, Texas for 11 years. She has worked in Acute Care, Home Health, Hospice, Long Term Care, Outpatient Services, Research and as an EMT.
Tammy enjoys spending time outdoors and raising her two grandsons.
Lori Mellies joined the clinic team in 2004. Lori began her journey in the medical field in 1978 having worked along the way in home health, long term care and the hospital.
Lori’s compassion for people makes her a perfect match for the clinic and a super receptionist.
Lori’s hobbies include her grandchildren, family, and walking.
Mary is our clinic medical records specialist and joined the clinic team in 1983. Mary has held several positions in the clinic over the years: receptionist, transcriptionist, biller, manager and currently she is the clinic’s medical records specialist. Mary has had the pleasure of working with several clinic providers over her 25 years at the clinic- Dr. Chen, Dr Vega, Dr. Calvin, and several others.
Mary became interested in working in healthcare when she found out her grandmother had polio as a child, and later was in long term care. Mary worked as a CNA in long term care so she could help take care of her grandmother.
Mary’s hobbies include crocheting, flower gardening, spending time with family. Mary’s favorite place to be is at home with family.
Kaylene is a licensed practical nurse-LPN, who works in the clinic with Bill McDonald APRN-BC. Kaylene joined the clinic team in October 2010.
Kaylene graduated from CCC with a certificate in nursing and also has a BSN in Applied Social Science from IHSU.
Kaylene’s hobbies include spending time attending her 10 grandchildren's sporting events and spending time with family.
Kira is a certified nurse aide-CNA and a certified home health aide-HHA and joined our clinic team in March 2018. Kira is the clinic’s Patient Care Technician and works closely with our patients and providers.
Kira brings years of experience with her having worked at Canterbury Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Hays, KS as a surgical assistant and at Good Samaritan Home Health as a home health aide.
Kira’s interests include spending time with family, history, and anything outdoors.
Dr. Harley Calvin, DO
Dr. Calvin began practicing at the clinic in 1999. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology in 1987 from Wichita State University. He received his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Mo. Dr. Calvin is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice. Dr. Calvin is an active member of the American Association of Family Physicians, Kansas Medical Society, The Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine and the American Medical Association. Dr. Calvin serves as the clinic’s Medical Director, but does not see patients at the clinic.
We realize that for many these are difficult economic times. The goal of the Ness City Medical Clinic has always been to provide our patients with exceptional and compassionate medical care. We believe that outstanding medical service leads the way in helping to keep health care costs down by providing efficient and cost-effective care.
We request that co-payments be paid at the time of service. For balances after insurance payment, family statements are mailed out monthly. Payment is expected in full upon receipt of the statement. For our patients with financial difficulty, we do offer monthly payment arrangements. Please contact us to arrange a mutually agreeable payment plan.
We are happy to see patients who do not currently have health insurance as we understand the difficulty for many to obtain health insurance. We do however expect payment at the time of service if you do not have insurance.