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Geriatric Medicine Clinics

Geriatric Medicine clinics provide comprehensive primary care for those 65 and older. Our board-certified physicians specialize in the assessment and management of elderly patients with general medical conditions.

Our Geriatric Medicine physicians have expertise in the unique primary-care requirements of older patients. In addition, our teams include social workers, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and pharmacists who have special training and interest in working with older adults.

The Geriatric Medicine Suite is located on the 1st floor in the Landon Center on Aging. It is staffed by board-certified Geriatric Medicine physicians who are specialists in the evaluation and treatment of older adults. Our physicians provide ongoing primary care for patients or coordinate with other primary care physicians in the comprehensive assessment of geriatric conditions in their patients. To schedule an appointment or receive more information, contact them at 913-588-1204.

The General and Geriatric Medicine Clinic is located on the 4th floor of the Medical Office Building (MOB), which is located on the south side of the University of Kansas Hospital. The Geriatricians in this clinic provide comprehensive primary and consultative care for those 65 and older. Our physicians are board-certified in Geriatric Medicine and specialize in the evaluation and treatment of older adults. To schedule an appointment, contact the University of Kansas Health System appointment line at 913-588-1227.

Geriatric Medicine Assessment Clinic

Our Geriatric Medicine physicians provide older adults with specialized care geared towards their needs. The Assessment Clinic, located on the first floor of the Landon Center on Aging in the Geriatric Medicine Suite, aims to maintain older adults in the community at the most independent level possible. This is done through an interdisciplinary approach to provide a comprehensive geriatric assessment. 

The clinic's health care team thoroughly evaluates the health, medical condition and functional ability of older adults. In addition to gathering information from the patient's primary care physician, a thorough examination and interviews with both patient and family are used to assess the patient's needs. Personalized recommendations are provided to patients, families, caregivers, and primary care physicians as a result of the consultative office visit, with referrals made to a variety of community resources and service agencies to assist in the long-term assistance to older adults in the Greater Kansas City area.

To schedule an assessment or receive more information, contact the clinic at 913-588-1204.

Who is on the Geriatric Assessment Team?

  • Board-Certified Geriatric Medicine Physician
  • Geriatric Medicine Fellows
  • Family Medicine Resident Physicians
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Clinical Pharmacist
  • Nurse
  • Medical, Social Work and Pharmacy Students

What do I need to bring?

To get the most out of your visit, bring:

  • Your caregiver or a family member
  • All of your medications in their original bottles

This includes: 
Over-the-counter medications
Vitamins and herbal remedies

  • The name, address, phone number and fax number of your primary care physician
  • Records from your other physicians

This includes:
Lab work
X-ray reports
Other test results
Summaries of specialist office visits

House Calls

Dr. Déon Hayley precepts Geriatrics Fellows, Internal Medicine Residents and Pharmacy students in house calls for homebound patients. Through these home visits, learners are able to appreciate how to support complicated homebound patients.

Last modified: Jan 10, 2020
Geriatric Interprofessional Teaching Clinic