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The University of Kansas Medical Center serves as the health sciences campus for the University of Kansas.

Comprised of three schools and a large research enterprise, KU Medical Center's Kansas City campus shares a physical location with The University of Kansas Hospital, which provides clinical care for patients and serves as a primary clinical training site for our students. Together we are the only academic medical center in the region.

KU Medical Center also partners with clinics, hospitals and medical centers that provide health care to communities throughout Kansas.

If you are a patient seeking clinical care, please visit one of our clinical partners.

Our Faculty are your Health Care Professionals

Faculty and learners from all three of our schools ─ the School of Health Professions, School of Medicine and School of Nursing ─ treat patients in clinics and hospitals throughout Kansas.

The School of Health Professions clinics and faculty practice combine clinical practice, student educational opportunites and a desire to improve the health of the community.

Clinical Practice

Our School of Medicine faculty practice in a variety of clinical specialties.

Clinical Departments

Students in the School of Medicine provide care to the community under the guidance of volunteer physicians.

Student Clinics