Mike Lindsey of Broadway Home Medical bought the 9,000-square-foot building from Jerry and Marianne Johnston.
Hospice Care of Kansas has its patient care staff at the Hillside office and has administrative offices at 750 N. Socora. The group is considering a couple of new buildings for a larger, combined office.
There’s no set date yet for Hospice Care of Kansas to move out and Broadway Home Medical to move in.
Lindsey says he expects to be in by spring.
Broadway Home Medical has been in 5,000 square feet at 356 N. Washington for 10 years.
The company sells durable medical equipment, such as lift chairs, walkers and respiratory equipment.
Lindsey, who operates the business with his son, Brian, used to own Mike’s Steak House.
In 1994, he opened Broadway Home Medical across from Mike’s on Broadway.
“It was a mistake calling it Broadway Home Medical, trust me,” Mike Lindsey says. “People think it’s on Broadway.
“It was a dumb thing to do.”
He’s not changing the name to Hillside Home Medical or anything else at this point, though.
“It’s too late to change.”