The health of our families, friends, neighbors and fellow Kansans depends on the ability to access high-quality health care.
That's why KU Medical Center works to educate health care providers for Kansas, but also why you'll find KU Medical Center working in communities across Kansas to:
Provide high-quality clinical care, regardless of ability to pay
Provide a patient-centered medical home for vulnerable populations
Use technology to increase access to physicians and specialists
Expand access to cancer treatment and clinical trials
Bring physicians and specialty clinics to Kansas towns
Offer preventive health screenings
KU Medical Center also partners with other health care organizations to provide clinical care for Kansans. These organizations include The University of Kansas Hospital, University of Kansas Physicians, Inc., KU HealthPartners, and the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita Medical Practice Association.