Campus Resource List

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ATM Machine at KUMC

B
Benefits Office
Bookstore

C
Campus Calendar
Commerce Bank
Credit Union, 1037 Delp Pavilion

D
Dental Insurance
Donate Blood

E
Educational Savings Program (Kansas Learning Quest)
Employee Assistance Program/Healthquest
Employee Health (Occupational Health)
Employment & Salary Verifications
Escort Services by KUMC Police
Executive Vice Chancellor, Meet our

F
Funeral or Death Leave

G
Gift Shops at KUMC

H
Health Insurance, See Benefits Office
Holidays
Housing (Off-Campus) Listing Service

I

J
Jury Duty Leave

K
Kansas City Local Area Information
Kirmayer Fitness Center


L
Leave Without Pay (including Maternity Leave)
Life Insurance, See Benefits Office

M
Mail Box (See Post Office)
Maps of Campus
Medical Library
Military Leave
myKUMC - Employees only

N
Newspaper Locations at KUMC
Notary

O
Optional Group Life Insurance
Outlook Web App

P
Parking
Payroll
Police at KUMC
Post Office, Nearest
Prescription Drug Costs: Rx Savings Solutions

Q

R
Retirement Benefits

S
Shift Differential
Sick Leave
State of KS EAP (formally LIFELINE)
State Holidays
Support Services Building

T
Telephone Directory for KUMC
Training Classes at KUMC
Ticket Sales (Events for KUMC employees)


U
University Policies and Procedures

V
Vacation

W

 

X Y Z

ATM Machine

Located west of the Hospital Cafeteria; Commerce Bank west side of Rainbow, south of 39th Avenue.

Donate Blood

The Community Blood Center has times available for anyone who wants to donate blood on campus. Most of the donations are held outside of the KUMC Bookstore in the Stoland Lounge. Call Clinical Labs at 913-588-1711 to find out more information and eligibility.

Related site: Community Blood Center

Escort Service by KUMC Police

The University of Kansas Police Department offers an escort service when shuttle bus service is not available. 

Free Addictions Treatment Group:

For the last several years, the Department of Family Medicine has successfully offered a psychoeducational treatment group for people addicted to tobacco, alcohol, illicit drugs, overeating, gambling, and so forth. There is no charge for the group, but participants are asked to complete questionnaires for the purpose of researching this type of treatment (approved by the KUMC Human Subjects Committee).

Meetings are from 1-2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Large Conference Room of Family Medicine. Those who wish to participate should arrive approximately 10 minutes early on the first day to complete research forms. (Those who do not wish to participate in the research are still welcome.)

The group is compatible with other addiction treatment approaches (AA, etc.). High standards of professionalism and confidentiality are applied. Sessions are run by a licensed (Ph.D.) Psychologist who specializes in addictions.

For questions or additional information, contact Family Medicine at 913-588-1977.

Gift Shops

Lobby Gift Shop - G412 KU Hospital, M-F: 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Sat. & Sun.: Noon to 5 p.m.

Sunflower Gift Shop - 1014D Olathe Pavilion, M-F: 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Medical Library

Benefits: Opportunity for employees to use large medical library.

Who Pays: KU Medical Center

When Eligible: Upon employment.

Newspapers

Kansas City Star, Topeka Capital Journal and St. Louis Post Dispatch are located outside of the main cafeteria. Kansas City Star, USA Today and Kansas City Kansan are located on the first floor Sudler Link.

Notary

Notaries are available in the KUMC Credit Union at 1037 Delp Pavilion.

Post Office

Campus mail box is located in front of Hospital; nearest postal station is Rosedale Post Office, 2200 W. 36th Street, Kansas City, KS 66103; (800) 275-8777 or (913) 262-0749.

Shift Differential

Benefits: $.30 per hour (except certain patient care personnel).

Who Pays: KU Medical Center

When Eligible: Employees working 2nd or 3rd shift.

Support Services Building

Located at 2100 W. 36th Ave., Kansas City, KS 66103. Departments include: Payroll, Budget, Purchasing, Accounting, Grant Accounting and Police Administration.

Employee Assistance Program (Formerly Called LIFELINE)

The State of Kansas employee assistance program, provides free, confidential help to any employee or immediate family member experiencing personal problem. In-person or telephone counseling is available for many problems including the following problems:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Marital or family problems
  • Child care and elder care issues
  • Financial problems
  • Legal advice
  • Drug or alcohol issues

The EAP can be accessed 24-hours-a-day: State of Kansas Employee Assistance Program - 1-888-275-1205 (option 7), TDD 800-697-0353

Last modified: Feb 24, 2017
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