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Community-Based Health Programs

BullDoc Health Clinic provides free, comprehensive healthcare and education to students. KUMC focuses on the quality of health care tailored to the specific needs of the community.

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Primary care services in a clinic inside Topeka High School that are available to every student and employee in the Topeka 501 Public School District.

The project uses a regionally focused and public health framework approach, designed to build and strengthen institutional level capacity and momentum to strategically change, prevent, and respond to sexual assault at post-secondary schools in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.

Visit Heartland Project Website

The JayDoc Community Clinic aims to provide quality care to all individuals, regardless of income. The clinic is directed and operated by medical students, pharmacy students, pre-medical students, and area physicians.

JayDoc Clinic Overview Video

A program that partners patients and families with members of the healthcare team to provide guidance on how to improve the patient and family experience. This board is to serve as the patient voice for the KUMC Family Medicine Clinic.

Patient Advisory Board: Application Form

RockDoc is a Pop-up Clinic providing free FLU shots and other health care needs to communities around Kansas City.

The ThrYve Youth Violence Prevention Project is a collaborative effort involving over 50 organizations in Kansas City, Kansas who have come together to support the healthy physical, social, and emotional growth of our youth and their families.

Visit ThrYve Website

The fair supports any family with students who live in Wyandotte County that attend private or public school. We provide volunteer and community service through donations, sports physicals and more.

Wyandotte County Back To School Fair Facebook Page

KU School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Family Medicine & Community Health
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Mailstop 4010
Kansas City, KS 66160