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Clinical Facilities

specialty surgery suite

University of Kansas Eye Center/Specialty Surgery

KU Eye exteriorLocated off the main hospital campus at 7400 State Line Road, Prairie Village, KS, we have the benefits of a stand-alone building with convenient parking and easy accessibility, plus all the resources of the University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Kansas Hospital nearby. 

Full multispecialty staff is available at our main facility, which spans 17,000 square feet, which includes 24 exam lanes, imaging rooms equipped with state-of-the-art multimodal imaging, minor procedure room, and an optical shop. The hospital outpatient department is on the second floor with a laser suite and two operating rooms, where the majority of outpatient ophthalmologic surgeries are performed. 

Dr. Sokol with patient

We recently expanded ourclinical area, moving the residency space to the second floor of our  building.  This includes a new, state-of-the-art wet lab, resident lounge space and updated auditorium and break room. 

The University of Kansas Hospital

A comprehensive LEVEL I trauma center, housing 911 beds, 40 operating rooms, the Burnett Burn Center and multiple specialized intensive care units, offering the highest level of care for patients from all over the Midwest. Residents take call and see inpatient consults at the University of Kansas Hospital. After hours emergent surgery, ruptured globe repair and elective surgeries requiring a higher level of medical care occur at this site.

KU MedWest, Indian Creek Campus

Some oculoplastic surgeries are performed at these satellite ambulatory surgery centers, both of which are a 15-minute drive from the University of Kansas Eye Center.

IntraLase and VISX

Kansas City VA Medical Center

The VA clinic is resident-run clinic with attending supervision. While comprehensive ophthalmology is the focus, glaucoma services are available daily. There are dedicated half-days of retina clinic, and a full day of oculoplastic clinic and surgery each week. The residents benefit from top notch surgical training in cataract, glaucoma and oculoplastic surgery here. 

Pediatric Clinic

Children's Mercy Hospital

Our pediatric ophthalmology rotation is spent between KU Eye with Dr. Emily Broxterman and at the Children's Mercy Hospital (CMH) with the amazing and dedicated CMH faculty. KU residents are responsible for evening and weekend call at CMH on alternating months.  

KU School of Medicine

7400 State Line Rd
Prairie Village, KS 66208
Phone: 913-588-6600
Fax: 913-588-6655