Medical school to honor 2018 Sweet HumanitariansApr 17, 2018
-- Judy and Phil Frick have been selected as the 2018 recipients of the Sweet Humanitarians of the Year award. The award is named for Dr. Donna Sweet, an internal medicine professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and a physician at the KU Wichita Internal Medicine Midtown clinic, who is renowned for her expertise on AIDS and HIV.
Area graduate receives residency matchMar 28, 2018
-- When she started thinking about going into the field of medicine, it didn’t take long for Alex Holm-McDowell, a 2009 Peabody-Burns graduate, to discover that her heart belonged in pediatrics.
New accreditations at Lincoln County HospitalMar 28, 2018
-- Dr. Christopher Bryant, D.O., Wichita, first-year resident in internal medicine and pediatrics at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, was approved by both the medical staff and board of trustees of the Lincoln County Hospital as a consultant in internal medicine, pediatrics, and emergency medicine.
Nixa native receives residency matchMar 21, 2018
-- Lauren Schuessler received a residency match to University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, in Emergency Medicine. Schuessler was among 79 fourth-year medical students participating in Match Day 2018, March 16, at Wichita Botanica.
Derek Surdez receives residency matchMar 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.
SWMC announces pediatric cardiology servicesMar 19, 2018
-- Southwest Medical Center is pleased to announce Dr. Tuan Nguyen, pediatric cardiologist, will begin seeing patients monthly for specialty care and services starting March 27 in Liberal.
KU Med impacts Wichita workforceMar 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 worldFeb 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.