What our students learn and experience on their way to an M.D. at KU School of Medicine-Wichita is critical for the health and well-being of this community and our state. And you.
Why? Because we educate and train the people whose lives are dedicated to caring for and healing people in every part of our state.
Our work in Wichita began in 1971, and in 1975, our first class of students graduated. In 2011, KU School of Medicine-Wichita expanded to a full, four-year campus, welcoming its first class of first-year medical students.
For five decades, some 2,364 students from around the world have used Wichita as the launching pad for a career of service and proudly earned the honor of adding "M.D." to their names. Since the inception of Wichita Graduate Medical Education in 1988, 2,354 residents have completed their training through KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
Wherever you are in Wichita, KU School of Medicine is there, too.
At our 12 clinics, we offer a wide range of highly focused settings, including family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and gastroenterology.
To doctor under-served populations, KU School of Medicine-Wichita operates the JayDoc Community Clinic in partnership with the Guadalupe Clinic of the Diocese of Wichita. Staffed by volunteer medical students, pharmacy students, and resident doctors under faculty supervision, JayDoc sees about 500 patients every year.
How has a KU doctor impacted your life?
We know our students, residents, faculty and graduates are making a difference in Wichita and beyond every day, but we want to hear from you.
To learn more about KU School of Medicine-Wichita, go to wichita.kumc.edu.
Sponsored in part by Kansas Health Foundation.