About Us

Why we started

"We were compelled to open up our services to primary care because of the strong need we've seen in the community. Many patients were telling us that they only see urgent care practitioners because primary care practices are full. Transitioning to MMG Walk-In Clinic will help us better serve the needs of patients by offering primary and urgent care." - Dr. Ranaweera

How we view our patients

You are the most important person in our clinic. You are not dependent on us, we are dependent on you. You are not an outsider to our clinic, you are part of it. We are not doing you a favor by serving you, you are doing us the favor by giving us the opportunity to do so. You are our purpose.

What our patients say about us

"I took my 4 year old in today for a flu shot and the process was easy, the staff was friendly and helpful. We were in and out and on with the rest of our day. Thank you!" - Shanna G

"They took good care of my baby girl. She is feeling much better today. Very friendly and caring staff." - Pamela G.

"Wonderful care...I highly recommend." - Carolyn B.

"The staff was very friendly & my visit was short but helpful." - Jenifer A.

"Love this place! Wait time is never over 15 minutes!" - China R.

"Wonderful place!!" - Krystal G.



Jason McCoy


What type of insurance do you accept?

  • All major insurances including but not limited to: Aetna, Amerigroup, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Coventry, Coresource – Multiplan, GEHA, Health Partners, Humana, Medicare/CMS, Medicaid*, Sunflower State Health Plan, TRICARE, HPK, Meritain, & United Health Care. *Kansas Medicaid only.

Is insurance required?

  • No. We have self-pay rates for office visits and procedures performed at our clinic. For more information on our self-pay prices please call to receive an estimate specific to your needs.

Do I need an appointment?

  • No appointments necessary. We are a walk-in based clinic.

Do you offer x-rays on site?

  • Yes. For diagnosis of pneumonia, broken bones, or other orthopedic concerns.

Will I have to pay anything at the time of service?

  • If you have insurance, you may have a copay due at the time of service. Your copay is determined by your insurance plan.
  • If you are a self-pay patient, you are required to pay for your office visit and any procedures done at the time of service.

New Patient Forms

Urgent Care - ALL AGES(pdf)


Ocupational Physical Packet(pdf)