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Kansas Locum Tenens (KLT) services help address the shortage of physicians in rural and underserved areas by connecting providers with rural and underserved Kansas health care employers that need temporary medical coverage.
Resident physicians, fellows, and faculty from all campuses and programs at the University of Kansas School of Medicine are eligible to provide Primary Care (family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, and medicine-pediatrics) temporary coverage through the KLT program. KLT services are available to rural and urban underserved health care employers all across Kansas.
Learn how to participate in KLT as a Resident Physician/Fellow