Our home base, where the majority of residency training takes place, is the University of Kansas Hospital and Clinics. Located in Kansas City, Kansas, the 910 bed hospital has a strong commitment to patient quality and service.
For the past ten years, US News and World Report has ranked the hospital as the No.1 hospital in Kansas City, the region, and the state of Kansas. The Labor and Delivery Suite has 11 family centered birthing rooms and two operative suites. Adjacent to the Labor Suite, the newly remodeled Level III nursery houses 28 private suites. The University of Kansas Cancer Center is located at the Westwood Campus and is awarded National Cancer Institute (NCI) designation.
The Medical Office Pavillion is adjacent to the hospital. The six-floor facility houses outpatient clinics for over two hundred University of Kansas physicians.
Physicians from the OBGYN generalist division, The Center for High Risk Pregnancy, The Center for Advanced Fetal Care and The Center for Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor Repair are located here. Resident continuity clinics are also located in the Medical Office Pavillion.
The Indian Creek Outpatient Surgical Center is located less than 30 minutes from the main campus. Physicians from the generalist division, Center for Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery and Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine perform surgery at the campus. Located across from the Indian Creek Surgical Center, the Overland Park Office provides a private practice setting away from the hustle and bustle of a large medical center while providing the quality, cutting-edge medical care you expect from our academic faculty members. The office includes an operative suite in which office based procedures are performed. Faculty representatives at the location include our general OB/GYN division, the Center for Advanced Fetal Care, and the Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine.
In 2017, the 378-licensed bed St. Francis hospital in Topeka joined the The University of Kansas Health System. Located just under an hour from Kansas City, the St Francis campus is the site for a three month rotation during the PGY3 year. The rotation offers residents exposure to the practice of obstetrics and gynecology in a community setting. Working under the supervision of the physicians at the Women's Center, residents participate in gynecologic surgeries and cesarean sections. In addition, they work alongside the physicians in the outpatient setting.