After two-year hiatus, KCU medical mission returns to Guatemala for global health outreach
For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a team of 40 third- and fourth-year medical students led by Gautam Desai, DO, professor and chair of Primary Care for KCU College of Osteopathic Medicine continued a 20-plus-year tradition of traveling to Guatemala to deliver care to more than 1000 patients.
Kansas City University one step closer to impacting the oral health of the region
Kansas City University’s (KCU) College of Dental Medicine (CDM) located on their campus in Joplin, Missouri, announced today it has received initial accreditation status from the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA).
Kansas City University awarded $1.6 million health workforce grant
Funding will support training that builds resiliency for health care professionals at the beginning of their careers.
New Data Reveals Med Schools’ True Impact on Primary Care Workforce
Kansas City University Ranks in Top 10 for Graduates Practicing in the Field
KCU and OneSight partner once again to provide free glasses to Kansas City children
KCU Joins Black Health Care Coalition in Vaccination Efforts
Kansas City University and the University of Nebraska Medical Center Collaborate to Offer DO/MPH Dual Degree Opportunity
KCU Breaks Ground on College of Dental Medicine on Anniversary of Joplin Tornado
Kansas City University (KCU), with a 105-year history of improving the well-being of the communities it serves, held a ceremonial groundbreaking for a new College of Dental Medicine on its campus in Joplin, Missouri.
Listening and Learning: KCU Faculty Conduct Listening Tours to Combat Vaccine Hesitancy
One of the most effective methods of increasing the rate of COVID-19 vaccinations may not come from telling patients about the benefits of the shot, but rather by listening to concerns of those who don't want to take it.