The Story of a 2-year Old Guatemala Girl named Ximena, and Her Impact on a KCU Future Doctor
KCU student doctor Jaimee Hall wrote about her recent experience in Guatemala with the Global Health track
KCU Recognized by Arbor Day Foundation For Spirit of Conservation
First Year Student Explains how KCU’s Global Trip Enriches Med School Experience
KCU students and faculty spent a week in the Dominican Republic treating patients in villages and screening players at the Kansas City Royals Baseball Academy.
KCU Alumnus Receives 2016 Power of One Award From Heart to Heart International
Royce Keilers, DO, a member of the 1965 graduating class of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU), received Heart to Heart International’s (HHI) 2016 Power of One Award for his life’s work to advance primary care medicine and build bridges between people, organizations and cultures.
Former KCU Trustee Terry Dunn, Peggy Dunn Named Nonprofit Connect’s 2016 “Volunteers of the Year”
Terry and Peggy Dunn named Nonprofit Connect's 2016 “Volunteers of the Year” for their far-reaching civic leadership and volunteerism. Mr. Dunn served on the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) Board of Trustees for two terms and was chairman from 2009 to 2013; he is currently the University’s Centennial Campaign Co-Chair. Mrs. Dunn has served as mayor of Leawood, Kan., since 1997 and continues to work to positively impact the Kansas City community, including serving on the…
KCU Assistant Dean Anne VanGarsse, MD, Selected as Chief Medical Officer for Health Partnership Clinic of Johnson County
The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) is pleased to announce that Anne VanGarsse, MD, assistant dean of clinical affairs and assistant professor of pediatrics, has been appointed the new chief medical officer of Health Partnership Clinic (HPC) of Johnson County.
KCU Partners with Kansas City Track Club to Raise Funds for Underinsured Health Care
The KCU campus was the starting line for more than 950 runners who raced along Kansas City's Historic Neighborhood's Cliff Drive to raise more than $9,000 to benefit the underinsured.
KCU’s Improvements to Historic Northeast Neighborhood Spur $30-Million HUD Grant
Continued investment in Kansas City’s Historic Northeast Neighborhood by Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) helped lay the groundwork for a recent $30-million grant awarded by HUD Choice Neighborhoods to transform the area’s Paseo Gateway district.
KCU’s Safety and Emergency Management Office Recognized on Top 25 List by the National Campus Safety Summit
The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) proudly announces that its Department of Safety and Emergency Management was recently recognized by the National Campus Safety Summit as one of the “Top 25 University Departments.” This list acknowledges the efforts of the department to make a difference in campus safety at KCU.