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Training Sites

Learn about the training sites available for the nephrology fellowship with the Nephrology and Hypertension division of KU School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine.

Bell and Cambridge Hospitals at the University of Kansas Medical Center

University of Kansas Hospital

The University of Kansas Hospital (KUH) is the major teaching hospital for the University of Kansas School of Medicine and is a 1045-bed tertiary care medical center including 196 ICU beds and a full complement of supporting clinical departments and ancillary services.

It is home to a Level I Trauma Center, NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, PCMH-designated Ambulatory Practice, and the only regional burn center. It is also the primary subspecialty hospital for a large area of the central United States, covering all of Kansas, western Missouri, and parts of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Iowa.

KUH is recognized as one of the top hospitals in the country. It is nationally ranked among the top 50 programs in 8 specialties by U.S. News & World Report and recognized as the best hospital in Kansas City and in Kansas. It is also one of the few hospitals that have earned 4 consecutive Magnet designations from the American Nurses Accrediting Center for nursing excellence.

Outpatient Dialysis Units

Nephrology facility on Rainbow BlvdOur faculty staff three different outpatient dialysis units in the Kansas City metro area in partnership with Fresenius Medical Care:

  • Rainbow Dialysis Unit - Westwood, KS
  • Parallel Dialysis Unit - Kansas City, KS
  • Lenexa Dialysis Unit - Lenexa, KS

Fellows see in-center hemodialysis patients at the Rainbow dialysis unit (just down the road from the University of Kansas hospital, and they see home dialysis patients at all three dialysis units.

Internal Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Nephrology & Hypertension Division
Mailstop 3018
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160

Nephrology Fellowship
Transplant Fellowship

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