About the Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center

Since 2004, the Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center has helped over 200 health care providers find their home in Kansas. 

The University of Kansas Medical Center, Rural Health Education and Services, recognizes the value of developing and maintaining a strong health care workforce throughout the state. The Kansas Recruitment and Retention (KRRC) Center is a centralized, statewide program specializing in health care workforce development, retention, and strategic planning.

For Health Care Professionals

The Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center is a health care career service for physicians, dentists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, dental hygienists and allied health professionals.

KRRC services are designed to assist health care professionals in finding the right practice opportunity and in ensuring that they receive the support and assistance needed throughout the job search process.  

For Health Care Organizations

The Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center assists Kansas' communities in recruiting and retaining health care professionals. KRRC works with hospitals, private physician practices, community health centers and other organizations that are recruiting health care professionals. .


Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center Clients and Placements

Communities that are KRRC Clients and Placements made by the KRRCMap is for illustration purposes and may not show all current clients and placements.

Last modified: Apr 12, 2018
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Sasha Randolph

Sasha Randolph
Senior Recruitment Coordinator

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