Frank Gyamfi, a senior in the Department of Health Information Management, and Sarafina Kankam, a second-year student in the School of MedicineGreta Stamper, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Hearing and Speech, with her research poster.Pa Lee rolls an ultrasound probe across the arm of fellow student Jazminn Glavin.Joshuaa Allison-Burbank

Students at KU Medical Center aim to bring electronic health records to Ghana. Story

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PREP-KC gets area high school students interested in health care careers. Story

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Shaping the Health Care Team of Tomorrow

Located on the KU Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kan., the School of Health Professions offers more than 25 academic programs in fields important to quality health care in our community.

Clinical Laboratory Science
Cytotechnology (on hiatus)
Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography
Diagnostic Ultrasound
  and Vascular Technology

Dietetics & Nutrition
Health Information Mgmt
Molecular Biotechnology

Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nurse Anesthesia
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Rehabilitation Science
Respiratory Care
Speech-Language Pathology
Therapeutic Science

Recognized nationally: In the 2015 edition of U.S. News & World Report's "Best Graduate Schools," the University of Kansas School of Health Professions continued its tradition of impressive rankings. Five of its programs are ranked in the top 25 nationally among public universities: occupational therapy (No. 2), speech-language-pathology (6), audiology (7), physical therapy (9) and nurse anesthesia (21).

Interested in health care? Learn about program requirements, costs, the application process, deadlines, and more.

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cells under the microscopeResearch in the School

Internationally renowned scientists at the School of Health Professions are collaborating with researchers in other schools at KU as well as other universities both locally and abroad. Having historically lacked the scientific evidence to base clinical practice in these areas, our goal is to increase the scientific-based evidence and thus improve clinical outcomes. Learn more about our researchers.

ASAHP logoThe academic programs of the School are individually accredited at the program/department level. Accreditation information is available on program websites. The KU School of Health Professions is a member of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions –

Last modified: Jul 22, 2014