KU Wichita Pediatrics physicians provide care for your child's health. The physicians are faculty members of the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. They provide an exceptional pediatric education for medical students and residents in a community-based setting by modeling quality patient care and integrating evidence-based medicine. Our teaching hospital, Wesley Medical Center, offers most of the advanced diagnostics and treatments available in the United States.
KU Wichita General Pediatrics
General pediatric care includes examinations, treatment, well-child care and immunizations for children from birth through age 18.
In addition to general pediatric care, the Failure to Thrive Clinic is for patients that have suspected significant nonorganic contributors to the child's poor growth and is designed to help support their primary care physicians. Childhood Obesity Clinic is available for children and teens who have difficulty maintaining a healthy weight.
These services are provided at 620 N. Carriage Parkway, Wichita, Kan. New patients are being accepted. Most insurance is accepted including Medicaid.
KU Wichita Subspecialty Pediatrics
The Pediatric subspecialists take care of heart conditions, brain and development conditions, lung and infectious diseases, endocrinology, diabetes, and allergies. In addition, genetic counseling is available.
These services are provided at the Medical Arts Tower, 3243 E. Murdock, Wichita, Kan. New patients are being accepted. No referral necessary. Most insurance is accepted, including Medicaid.
KU Wichita Pediatric Hospitalists at Wesley Medical Center
As more physicians are relying on hospitalists across the nation to provide inpatient care, we're pleased to offer our services at Wesley Medical Center.