Clinic Overview for Volunteers

Our Mission: To provide high quality healthcare to our uninsured and underinsured neighbors in central Indiana regardless of their social, cultural, and economic status

DEI Statement: Heart & Soul Clinic’s commitment to our neighbors shall also be guided by the principle that our environment from the clinic to the boardroom will always be diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Our vision regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion means that patients shall always have access to the best quality healthcare without respect to their race, gender, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, economic status, health, etc. Similarly, we shall always strive to create meaningful opportunities for service within our clinic. Therefore, we believe that our neighbors are best served when the spirit of diversity, equity, and inclusion also guide our approach to providing care for those we serve.

What We Are: a 501c3 non-profit founded on faith principles; member of the National Alliance of Free Clinics (NAFC) and have achieved NAFC gold standards

What We Offer: diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses; blood pressure and preventive health screenings; periodic GYN exams and mammo-mobile for women; childhood vaccinations, physicals for sports and work; some physical therapy; specialty referrals (e.g. optometry and podiatry); supplies such as blood pressure cuff, thermometer, incontinence briefs, feminine hygiene pads, and mobility aids such as canes, crutches, walkers and wheelchairs (when available); mobile medical appointments at scheduled locations; diabetes education and diabetes support group; dental care (extractions and fillings); mental health counseling

Who We Are:

Executive Director - Lisa Zouvelos Kreag, MSW, LCSW

Medical Director - Barbara Haehner, MD, board certified internist, nephrologist and pharmacist

Dental Director - DeLayne Lefevre, DDS

Business Manager - LuAnn Pronschinske

Medical Coordinator - Tami Verdeyen

Chairman of Board of Directors - Deirdre Matt

Services provided by volunteers that include: medical doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurses, dental hygienists and assistants, clinic supervisor, receptionists, administrative assistants, RV drivers, Spanish interpreters (62% of patients are Hispanic, 8% Arabic)

Our History: Heart and Soul Clinic was founded in 2009 by Sandy Kirsch. She was motivated to start the clinic because of the need for quality medical care for uninsured individuals. Her faith helped her through all the hard work needed to start the clinic. A great community surrounded Sandy and the City of Westfield provided a house for the clinic at 202 Penn Street, next to City Hall. As the clinic continued to grow, dental care service was added in 2015. The clinic purchased an RV in 2017 to provide mobile medical services at other locations in Hamilton County. A year later the clinic outgrew the Penn Street location and moved to its current location: 17338 Westfield Road. This space has allowed the clinic to continue to grow and add services such as women’s health services and mental health services in 2020.