Monday - Wednesday
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM



We provide services for comprehensive and acute care such as well-child visits, evaluation of acute illness or injury, sports physical, mental health concerns, and much more!

We also provide acute care needs for staff.

Find Us
On the SW corner of Grand & Meridian, just across from Casey's! Look for the SBHC signage, and follow the sidewalk to the entrance.





Linda Long
Clinic Coordinator

Angela Windham
Administrative Assistant

1745 W. Grand
Haysville, KS 67060
Off: 316-554-2317


KU Wichita Pediatrics, KU Wichita Medical Practice Association and USD 261 Haysville Public Schools are excited to announce our school-based health clinic (SBHC) to serve students and staff within the Haysville District.

It is our hope the SBHC will make access to health care easier for Haysville students and staff and eliminate the need to drive out of town for health care. This may decrease school absences for students and reduce missed work time for parents and staff members.

The clinic will be open in the USD 261 administrative building at 1745 W Grand, Monday through Wednesday from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM and Thursday and Friday from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Krista Weaver, APRN, will be the health care provider on site. The SBHC will function similar to other primary care clinics and will provide services for district students including comprehensive and acute care. This will include well-child visits (including vaccinations), as well as the evaluation of acute illness or injury such as sports injuries, cough, cold, fever, rashes, headaches, urinary tract infections, acne, COVID-related concerns, and others. Screening, assessment, treatment and referral for mental health concerns can also be provided through the SBHC. Student sports physicals are also provided through the SBHC. The clinic also provides acute care services to USD 261 staff. Additionally, several onsite laboratory services will be provided through LabCorp for students when needed. To schedule an appointment, call the clinic at (316)554-2317.

KU Wichita Medical Practice Association bills for all services provided by the SBHC USD 261 Haysville. Most major insurances including Medicaid/KanCare are accepted. Your services will be billed to your insurance on file and any remaining deductibles or co-insurance will be billed to the responsible party. If you have any concerns regarding payment for services, please reach out to us. All USD 261 students will be seen regardless of the ability to pay. If your child does not have health insurance, the SBHC can assist through our partnership with Healthy Kansas Kids. Contact us at (316)554-2317 for more information. Our goal is to provide care to all who need it, and to assist you with obtaining health insurance coverage whenever possible.


Dr. Kari Harris

Dr. Harris completed her medical degree and pediatric residency at KU in Wichita and joined faculty shortly after graduation. She is happily married and has three children. Dr. Harris became interested in school-based health early in her career, recognizing that having onsite school clinics decreases barriers to accessing medical care. Dr. Harris believes that kids do best when communities collaborate to support them. In addition to her part-time clinical practice, Dr. Harris participates in research, advocacy, program development, and medical education at KU.

Krista Weaver, APRN

Krista is a nurse practitioner for KU Medical Practice Association. Krista received her undergraduate degree from Newman University and her graduate degree from Graceland University where she specialized in family practice. She is board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of nursing. Krista’s nursing experience includes emergency medicine and most recently Pediatric Cardiology. She is a graduate of Haysville Campus High School and currently resides in Haysville with her husband and their 3 dogs. She is passionate about providing patients and their families with quality healthcare and is excited to provide access to School Based healthcare in her community.