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Derek Surdez receives residency match
Mar 20, 2018 -- Derek Surdez received a residency match to University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, in Family Medicine. Surdez, a Sabetha High School graduate, was among 79 fourth-year medical students participating in Match Day 2018 on March 16, at Wichita Botanica.
Graduating medical students nationwide learn on Match Day where they will be spending their residencies
Mar 16, 2018 -- One hundred and nineteen students from the KU School of Medicine on the Kansas City, Kansas, campus matched, along with 79 from KU School of Medicine-Wichita and another 10 from KU School of Medicine-Salina.
KU Med impacts Wichita workforce
Mar 05, 2018 -- The next time you visit your doctor’s office in Sedgwick County, take a moment to read the degrees that may be hanging on his or her wall. Did you see one from the KU School of Medicine-Wichita? There’s a very good chance you did. In fact, there’s about a 50-percent chance.
How a killer flu spread from western Kansas to the world
Feb 19, 2018 -- In 1918, the world's deadliest influenza epidemic started in Kansas and then spread across the world. Dr. Amy Seery, Via Christi pediatrician and assistant professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, discusses the differences between then and now.
Women make connections at Mentoring Monday
Feb 12, 2018 -- More than 100 women spent 90 minutes Monday morning talking to each other and with more than two dozen mentors at the annual Mentoring Monday event presented by the Wichita Business Journal.
WBJ Emerging Leaders: Articulate a vision for Wichita's future
Feb 01, 2018 -- Who says interpersonal relationships aren't of value any more? That’s certainly not the case for a group of young professionals participating in the Wichita Business Journal’s Emerging Leaders program. (You must have a subscription or obtain a hard copy to view the article in its entirety.)
‘I love your pajamas’ — how health care is personal
Jan 31, 2018 -- Dr. Jed Delmore, gynecologic oncologist, president of the Medical Society of Sedgwick County, and professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, discusses how health care is personal in his column published by The Wichita Eagle.
Two new physicians now practicing at Health Professionals of Winfield
Jan 24, 2018 -- Two new physicians are practicing at Health Professionals of Winfield, including Dr. Angela M. Meyer, who completed her residency in Internal Medicine at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
Events set to mark National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
Dec 27, 2017 -- Two local events are scheduled in January to mark National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Maternity wards are disappearing from rural America
Dec 15, 2017 -- As rural hospitals struggle to keep their doors open, the high cost of ob-gyn wards makes them one of the first things cut.
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