For over 30 years Northwest Health has been inspired by the belief that ALL people regardless of insurance status have access to affordable healthcare.
Northwest Health provides primary care services to all ages. We treat everything from bumps and bruises to colds, flu and more serious health conditions. We can provide the majority of what you need, and when specialty care is needed we can help coordinate it.
Northwest Health offers a full complement of preventive and restorative care for your teeth. Its gentle care you need for a lifetime of healthy smiles.
Northwest Health knows physical health and well-being is affected by your mental and emotional health. That’s why we integrate behavioral health services into disease managements and into our primary and preventive care setting.
Along with providing traditional pharmacy services, Northwest Health’s pharmacy has other means of supporting our patients. Through drug discount programs, sliding scales and other means we work with our patients to ensure fair and honest pricing.
Brittany Mace, FNP, practices at our South Side location in Saint Joseph, Missouri. She just recently joined Northwest Health Services a few months back. With over 15 years of hospital experience, Brittany looks to help patients in preventing and controlling pre-existing disease conditions. While out of the office, Brittany enjoys swimming and spending time with her daughter.
How Should You Prepare for a Tornado?
Already! Can you believe it? In fact, tornado season hit the midwest a little early this year after last week’s storms which passed through on Monday evening producing multiple tornadoes, hard rain, hail and damage to the center of the country were said and done with. This leaves us to something that we should be doing every year. Reviewing and preparing our tornado safety plans.
Lack of Dentists In Missouri?
The state of Missouri has a lot to offer, but, when it comes to your health and even more specifically your teeth, there are not a lot of options for a healthy smile. Leaving us to think that it might not live up to it’s name “The Show-Me State.” Pun intended!