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The Great Eight

The Great Eight: Pioneers of the KU School of Medicine-Wichita

The KU School of Medicine-Wichita celebrates a landmark year with the graduation of our first group of medical students to complete all four years on the Wichita campus.

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Drs. Doug and Shelly Gruenbacher

Small Town Spotlight: Drs. Doug and Shelly Gruenbacher

Doug and Shelly Gruenbacher, a married team of doctors in Quinter, Kansas, seem to have struck and enviable balance between work and the rest of life.

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Dr. Francisco Chacon

Small Town Spotlight: Dr. Francisco Chacon

After finishing his medical education at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, Francisco Chacon returned to his second hometown of Liberal, Kansas, to practice family medicine.

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Dr. Cayle Goertzen

Small Town Spotlight: Dr. Cayle Goertzen

For Cayle Goertzen, Belleville, Kansas, the appeal of practicing medicine in a rural town is that he gets to "treat patients from birth through death and everything in between."

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No. 6 Rank

No. 6 National Rank

If asked to name the top 10 medical schools in the country, it's unlikely many people would include the KU School of Medicine-Wichita. But they'd be wrong.

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JayDoc Community Clinic

JayDoc Community Clinic

The JayDoc Community Clinic is a student-run, free clinic that offers affordable health care to medically underserved patients, while also providing an opportunity for medical students to gain hands-on experience.

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Dr. Roger Tobias

Town's doc will be "difficult to replace," but they're trying

Dr. Roger Tobias of Lyons, Kansas is nearing retirement. Since there are no doctors to take over his practice, the community is feeling the first-hand effects of the physician shortage.

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Kearny Co

Western Kansas hospital attracts doctors through focus on mission

For patients in Kearny County and the surrounding area in western Kansas, the road their doctors traveled to Lakin leads through Ecuador, Egypt, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Paraguay, Haiti, and other far-off places.

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Piano Men

Piano Men: students find "medicine" in music

Call them The Four Pianists. Of the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, that is.

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Student Ambassadors

Giving back with words and works 

Student Ambassadors at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita contribute to the community in many ways. The group is best-known for performing free physicals for low-income students, but they've also volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House and helped Girl Scouts earn badges.

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Videos

Rock Chalk Wichita

Rock Chalk Wichita

Baby Jay loves Wichita. And he looks for every opportunity to get out on the town. Follow him as he visits some of his favorite Wichita haunts.

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Watch "Check Up" with Baby Jay

"Check-up" with Baby Jay

During National Heart Month, Baby Jay discovered his blood pressure was elevated, and that he could stand to lose a few pounds. Both factors put him at higher risk for heart disease. Here's the story of his journey to achieving better heart health.

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Baby Jay

Baby Jay goes a'callin

Baby Jay recently visited the KU Wichita Pediatric Clinic and Wesley Family Medicine Clinic.

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Pig Heart Surgery

Surgical residents learn heart valve procedures

KUSM-W surgery residents use pig hearts to practice heart valve procedures.

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Christmas at Park Elementary

Christmas at Park Elementary

Santa and Baby Jay delivered Christmas gifts to students at Park Elementary on behalf of employees of the KU School of Medicine-Wichita.

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Media Coverage

Inside KU

Inside KU: Rural Medicine at KUSM-Wichita |Time Warner

Kansas City Time Warner affiliate featured our campus on their Inside KU program, focusing on what the KU School of Medicine-Wichita is doing to address the physician shortage.

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KCPT

 The Local Show | KCPT/PBS

Kansas City's PBS affiliate featured the physician shortage and what KUSM-W is doing to help.

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Impact

Impact: KU School of Medicine| KPTS/PBS

The local PBS affiliate featured Dr. Garold Minns, Dean of the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, on the weekly program, Impact, focusing on what KUSM-W is doing to produce more doctors for Kansas.

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Last modified: Feb 02, 2016
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