Meet two of the future doctors who are training here in Wichita:
Third-year medical student
Fourth-year medical student
At KU School of Medicine-Wichita, we educate students, residents and physicians through patient care, service, research and scholarly activities to improve the health of Kansans in partnership with Kansas communities. With Kansas in need of more physicians, the KU School of Medicine opened its Wichita campus in 1971 to provide hands-on clinical training to medical students.
While the majority of medical schools are tied to a hospital, our campus in Wichita is community-based thanks to more than 900 volunteer faculty inside three partner hospitals (Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center, Wesley Medical Center and Ascension Via Christi), as well as in doctors’ offices across the state. Learn more about our campus on our About Us page.