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Help KCU Students and Local Kids with a NAP Credit Donation by December 31

Dec 18, 2018

If you own a business that is based in Missouri or you generate income from certain Missouri-based activities, you have a chance to help KCU’s Score 1 for Health program and save on taxes at the same time through KCU’s NAP credit program.

KCU Recognized For Emphasis on Employee Health and Wellness

Oct 18, 2018
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences has once again been named a Platinum Healthy KC Workplace Wellness Certified Company by the Greater Kansas...

Encouraging Diversity: KCU Student Shares Unique Path to Med School

Oct 16, 2018
Paola Candia knows she isn’t a typical med student. She’s a minority. She doesn’t come from wealth. She has no physicians in her family. She...

Kansas City University Welcomes COM Class of 2022

Jul 30, 2018

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) students officially entered the college of medicine class of 2018 with a white coating ceremony July 28, 2018 at Kauffmann Center for the Performing Arts. 

KCU-Joplin Welcomes Second Class with White Coat Ceremony

Jul 22, 2018

The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) Joplin welcomed its second class of student doctors during a white coat ceremony, held at the Joplin High School Performing Arts Center on Sunday, July 22, 2018. 

KCU Named A 2018 Great College to Work For by Chronicle of Higher Education

Jul 16, 2018
The Chronicle of Higher Education, a respected source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators, has named Kansas...

Medical Student Goes on Mission Trip with His Family of Physicians

Jun 29, 2018
Medicine combined with a passion for helping others runs in Jordan Bray’s family. Bray just finished his first year of medical school at Kansas City...

How To Talk to Children About Mass Shootings

By Jim Dugan Feb 16, 2018
Kids of all ages hear about mass shootings. When this tragedy happens in a school it of course hits closer to home. Children often experience worry and...

Civil Rights Leader and DO Shares Sage Advice at KCU

Nov 16, 2017

Civil rights leader and osteopathic surgeon Dr. William Anderson shares stories and sage advice with the next generation of physicians at KCU.

KCU Stands with the Las Vegas Community Following Violence

By Marc B. Hahn, DO, FAOCA, President and CEO Oct 3, 2017
As we continue to monitor the news surrounding the violence in Las Vegas, I extend our University’s deepest sympathies to the families and friends of...

Lessons Learned From Kenya Medical Mission Trip

By Elizabeth Alex Apr 1, 2017

How three weeks in Kenya changes the lives of patients and shapes the futures of student doctors. 

The Story of a 2-year Old Guatemala Girl named Ximena, and Her Impact on a KCU Future Doctor

By Jaimee Hall Mar 14, 2017

KCU student doctor Jaimee Hall wrote about her recent experience in Guatemala with the Global Health track