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One small step led to big changes

Laurel Phillips, Project EAGLE, was in a funk. She suffered from headaches and swelling in her feet and ankles. She's since lost 25 pounds and is now genuinely positive. Read more of this A Healthy U success story.

Observed holidays

To view the remaining observed holidays in 2014 and observed holidays in 2015, go to the HR website.

What's for lunch?

Click here for Bell Cafe, Cambridge Cafe and Parkway Cafe menus. Click here for the Courtyard Cafe menu.

Faculty and Staff

Every one of our 3,000 employees plays a vital role in the health care, education and research of KU Medical Center.

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Mark the date

Dec. 30: 'Tis the season for giving, and when you give blood, you give the gift of life. Onsite blood drive, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Francisco Lounge in the Student Center. To sign up, click here and use code uofkansas. Our goal is to donate 30 units of life-saving blood. To reach this goal, we need 35 individuals to donate. Contact Ryan Gove at 913-588-6681 with questions.

Jan. 28: Next round of Jayhawk Way training, KU Medical Center's professional development training program. Open to all faculty and staff. Read more.


Holiday shuttle bus schedule: Shuttle buses will operate 4:30 a.m.–8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 24 (this is a correction from what was previously communicated). No buses will be operational Dec. 25–26. To view the 2015 holiday shuttle schedule, click here.

Clinical Integration

Visit this site for updates and FAQs on clinical integration.

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Last modified: Nov 12, 2014