(WICHITA, Kans.) —
Hundreds of Wichita residents face unemployment and may lose medical insurance after the latest announcement by Hawker Beechcraft to cut staff.
Now a group of immigrant doctors say they want to help to give back to a community that's facing an uncertain economic future.
"I come from India, but I've been in Wichita since 1976," said Vimal Goyle.
"I'm a Phillipino," said Emeline Abay.
These doctors weren't born here, but now say they want to give back to a Country that has given them all the opportunity to succeed.
"I'm elated, this is my dream come true," said Abdul Arif.
Arif's dream was to open a free health clinic. He's a Wichita attorney and businessman and now the Director of the Mayflower Clinic. It's is designed to cater to the un-insured and undocumented immigrants.
"There are many immigrants here who have become very successful. Now it's time for us to pay back to give back to the city that enabled our success," said Arif.