COVID Vaccines

We are accepting new patients now.  Call for a consultation and we'll talk about your medical history and how we can help you reach your goals.

Welcome to our Practice

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4601 W 6th St, Ste B, Lawrence, KS  660499

 Ph (785) 842-3778         Fax (785) 842-4219

Walk-in Shot Schedule

Mon, Wed 8:30 - 12:00, 1:00 - 4:15

Tue, Thur 8:30 - 4:15

Saturday 8:30 - 11:30

Telehealth visits
We continue to offer telehealth visits for both new patients and check-ups.  These visits must be scheduled with our front desk.  Click on the doctor’s link below to connect at the time of your appointment.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.  

Dr. Ronald E. Weiner
Dr. Warren E. Frick

Our spacious facility in Lawrence will allow us to provide our patients with the most up to date care available.

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Monday through Thursday: 8:30am to 4:45pm

Saturday 8:30am to 11:30am

COVID-19 Screening Resumes  8/10/21                             

Unfortunately, due to a surge in Covid cases we must return to screening all patients before they enter the office.  There will be screening questions at the front door.  Thanks in advance for your understanding and cooperation.  Click below to review the screening questions.

4601 W 6th Street, Ste B

Lawrence, Kansas  66049


Fax: 785-842-4219


​We are happy to report that all of our staff have received COVID-19 vaccine, and we encourage all of our patients to get vaccinated.  Remember the FDA only approves safe & effective vaccines tested on tens of thousands of volunteers, and that scientists and public health officials, not politicians or their appointees, will decide when a COVID-19 vaccine is safe & effective for public use.  By getting the vaccine you protect yourself, your family, and the community.  Vaccine development is moving fast because the medical & scientific community has made it highest priority, not because steps have been skipped.  Allergic reactions to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are rare, with 2 to 5 reactions per million doses, respectively.