Physician Practice Locations
Cotton O’Neil Carbondale - Carbondale is approximately 20 miles south of Topeka on Highway 75 and Osage County is considered medically underserved. Cotton O’Neil established the Carbondale clinic in 1984 and another clinic in Lyndon, Kansas (The Lyndon Clinic) in 1988. These clinics were combined and expanded in 1993 to form the current Cotton O'Neil Osage County.
Cotton O’Neil Emporia and Lebo – In 1994, Cotton O’Neil continued regional expansion when the doctors of Medical Arts Clinic, P.A. of Emporia and Lebo merged with Cotton O’Neil. Another Emporia clinic (Family Physicians of Emporia, P.A.) merged into that practice in June of 1995. This group is located in Newman’s Medical Plaza, adjacent to Newman County Hospital. Both Emporia in Lyon County and Lebo in Coffey County are considered medically underserved.
Cotton O’Neil Lawrence – This clinic provides practice area for specialists in nephrology, rheumatology and diabetes and endocrinology. The clinic is located in the Lawrence Health Plaza where a dialysis center is also located. The dialysis center is a satellite of DaVita, which also provides dialysis service in Topeka.
Cotton O’Neil Manhattan – Cotton O’Neil Manhattan provides primary care and specialty care to residents in the Manhattan region. The clinic also maintains an in-house lab, X-ray services and ultrasound.
Cotton O’Neil Meriden – Cotton O’Neil Meriden opened in September, 1997. Meriden is located on Highway 4 in Jefferson County approximately 10 miles northeast of Topeka. The clinic has on-site X-ray and mammography.
Cotton O’Neil Osage – Cotton O’Neil Osage is located at 131 W. Market in Osage City, south of Topeka. This clinic was originally founded by brothers, Dr. Paul Adams and Dr. Dwight Adams. The clinic provides primary care and mammography care.
Cotton O’Neil Oskaloosa – Oskaloosa is located in the eastern part of Jefferson County approximately 25 miles northeast of Topeka. Oskaloosa is the county seat of Jefferson County. Cotton O’Neil acquired the practice from Jefferson County Memorial Hospital in 1999. Mammography services are provided at the clinic.
Cotton O’Neil Rossville – The Rossville clinic became a satellite of Cotton O’Neil in 1992. Rossville is in the western part of Shawnee County on US-24. Cotton O’Neil Rossville was expanded in September 1998.
Cotton O’Neil – Cotton O’Neil was formed in 1956 as a professional association. The clinic became known as Internal Medicine, P.A., in 1972, and then Cotton O’Neil in 1991 in honor of the two original partners. The founding fathers were Drs. Robert Cotton and Robert O’Neil. Expansion began in 1968 when the doctors decided Topeka needed more subspecialty internists. The group built the 901 Garfield building in 1974 and added an addition in 1979. The building was renamed the Cotton Building in 1987. A second medical office building at 823 S.W. Mulvane (The O’Neil Building) opened in 1987.
Cotton O’Neil Urish – This clinic is located at 29th and Urish Road in southwest Topeka. The facility has on-site X-ray and mammography services, and an urgent care facility.
Cotton O’Neil Croco – Cotton O’Neil opened a facility at 29th and Croco Road in southeast Topeka in August of 1998. Primary care, X-ray services and an urgent care facility are located at the clinic.
Cotton O’Neil NOTO – Originating in 2000, Cotton O’Neil NOTO is located on the northern edge of the NOTO Arts District. There Jacqueline Kenoly, M.D. provides pediatric and internal medicine care. The clinic is furnished with Lab and X-ray services.
Cotton O’Neil Express Care immediate care services are also available there Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cotton O’Neil Cancer Center – The Cotton O’Neil Cancer Center is located at 1414 S.W. 8th, adjacent to Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka. The state-of-the-art facility provides pediatric and adult hematology/oncology and radiation oncology services to northeast Kansans. It also has a longstanding program in clinical research.
Cotton O’Neil Heart Center – The Cotton O’Neil Heart Center is located near Stormont Vail at 929 S.W. Mulvane. The Cotton O’Neil cardiologists and their staff assisted in designing this building. Physician offices and exam rooms are conveniently located on the first floor. Second floor is sonography, echocardiography, nuclear imaging and stress testing, ECP therapy, and cardiac rehab. The lower level is Heart Improvement Clinic, Vein Clinic, Anticoagulation Clinic as well as sonography. The highlight of the building is the cardiac rehab center which has a 360-degree elevated walking track located on a balcony overlooking the floor space of the rehab center.
Cotton O’Neil Digestive Health Center – The Cotton O’Neil Digestive Health Center opened Jan. 4, 2004, at 720 S.W. Lane. The gastroenterologists assisted in designing this building. The endoscopy suites are located conveniently on the first floor. The offices for the Cotton O’Neil gastroenterologists are located on the second floor.
Hospitalists –Cotton O’Neil began a hospitalist service in December 1998. The hospitalists are internists dedicated to providing inpatient care at Stormont Vail Hospital. Pediatric and adult hospitalists are available 24 hours a day/7 days a week and accept referrals from physicians throughout northeast Kansas.
Cotton O’Neil Pediatrics – Pediatrics, P.A. was acquired by Stormont Vail Health on December 1, 1996. The name of the practice was then changed to PediatricCare. In 2015, their name changed to Cotton O’Neil Pediatrics. The primary location is 4100 S.W. 15th. Cotton O’Neil Pediatrics has a satellite office at 29th and Urish Road in Topeka.
Cotton O’Neil Wamego – Cotton O’Neil opened a new facility in Wamego in December 1999. This building is located on Highway 24 on the west end of Wamego. Prior to the construction of this building, the five physicians in Wamego had been practicing in three different locations. Wamego is located in Pottawatomie County and is considered medically underserved. This clinic is located at 1704 Commercial Circle.