Angels Care Home Health

2101 E 13th St., Hays

Provides skilled nursing care, restorative therapy and medical social services to patients in their homes or wherever they may reside, including assisted living facilities and retirement communities.

Cancer Council of Ellis County

701 Riley, Hays

Provides financial assistance and nutritional supplements to people with cancer in Ellis County.

Early Childhood Connections-3-5

305 Main St., Hays

Provides preschool children and their families a head start on educational opportunities that may not be afforded to them otherwise.

Ellis County Health Department

604 Main St., Ste. B, Hays

Provides child/adult immunizations, travel shots, blood pressures, Dr. ordered lab/blood draws, child lead and hemoglobin test and administer allergy shots.  Helps administer the WIC program.

Good Samaritan Home Health

220 E. 8th St. Ste. B, Hays

Provides care in your home whether you are recuperating from a recent hospitalization or have a chronic health condition.

Hays Lions Club


Offers free vision screening for Daycare and Preschools, recycling of old glasses and financial help to purchase glasses.

Mary Elizabeth Maternity Home

204 W, 7th St., Hays

Provides a safe environment for our residents to carry out a healthy pregnancy.  The residents get education on being a parent and much more while living in the home.

Hospice at Hays Med

2220 Canterbury Dr., Hays

Provides physical, psycho-social, and spiritual support for the terminally ill and their families.

Salvation Army-Service Extension

205 E. 7th St. Ste. A, Hays

Provides short term financial services not limited to rent, utilities, vision, prescriptions, food, fuel and medical needs.


Healthy Start

94 Lewis Dr., Hays

Provides outreach visits to pregnant women and families with newborns.  Under public health nurse supervision, visitors provide in-home interventions such as education, support, and referrals to other community services.

Hays Med-Convenient Care Walk-in Clinic

2501 E. 13th St., Hays

For minor injuries and illnesses.  They treat conditions that require immediate attention but are not considered life-threatening.  Not for Emergency situations.

Doctors Without Delay (Rooks County Health Center)

1210 N. Washington, Plainville

Provides timely access to quality medical care in a state-of-the-art environment.  Open Monday through Saturday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

First Care Clinic

105 W 13th St., Hays

Provides healthcare services for people of all ages, regardless of the patient's ability to pay.  Offers medical care, mental health services and general dentistry.

Victoria Clinic (First Care Clinic)

208 Marc Wagner, Victoria

Ellis Family Care Center

1204 Washington, Ellis

LINK, Inc. (Living Independently in NW Kansas)

2401 13th St., Hays

Provides services to individuals of all ages with any type of disability.  Services include but not limited to: Information * Referral, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Support, and Durable Medical Equipment Loan Pool.

Western Kansas Association on the concerns of the Disabled (WKACD)

205 E 7th St. Ste. 19, Hays

Provides outreach services to individuals in the Ellis County area.  They provide Social Security services, Representative Payee services, job services through Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and medical assistance.

Ceena Owens, Massage Therapist

205 E 7th St. Ste. 102, Hays

Professional therapeutic massage therapy customized to meet your specific pain needs.  Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Body work with over 21 years of hands on experience.

Heavenly Soles Massage

205 E 7th St. Ste. 225, Hays

Provides healthy and relaxing services including:  Barefoot Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Chinese Cupping, Hot Stones, Gently Touch, Reflexology, Ear Candling, and Paraffin Wax for Hands or Feet.

Riordan Clinic

1010 E. 17th St., Hays

Provides nutrition-based health and integrated lifestyle and nutrition to help you find the underlying causes of your illness. Their mission has been clear and unwavering to “…stimulate an epidemic of health.”