Medical Education

KCU-Joplin Receives $50,000 Grant to Support Outreach to Children

Jun 27, 2019

With the support of the Philanthropic Society’s grant, KCU will expand Score 1 to serve all 11 of the elementary schools in the Joplin School District during the next school year.

Class of 2019 Achieves 100% Match

Jun 20, 2019
The final numbers for medical school residency are in, and the Kansas City University (KCU) 2019 graduating class of osteopathic physicians has achieved a 100...

KCU’s Global Health Program Continues a Legacy of Service

Jun 11, 2019
Last semester, a team of more than 40 third- and fourth-year KCU osteopathic medical students traveled to Guatemala to provide health care and education to...

KCU Earns Exceptional Outcome Designation

Jun 7, 2019

The American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) awarded KCU 10-year accreditation status until 2029.

KCU Announces Plans for a College of Dental Medicine in Joplin, Mo.

Jun 4, 2019

Plans underway for a program designed to meet the significant oral health need.

KCU-Joplin Students Create Anatomy Education Videos

May 22, 2019
While preparing for his anatomy practical exam, KCU-Joplin second-year osteopathic medical student, Parker Adams, searched online for videos and resources to...

KCU Research Symposium is "A Day of Discovery"

Mar 28, 2019
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences celebrated science with its annual Research Symposium, held March 20 at both the Kansas City and KCU-Joplin...

KCU-Joplin Student Doctors Help Improve the Wellness of Joplin Kids

Mar 1, 2019
For more than 25 years, KCU has offered Score 1 for Health, a children’s preventive health screening program, to families in the Kansas City area. KCU...

KCU Names Vice Provost for Oral Health Initiatives

Feb 27, 2019

Photo courtesy of American Dental Education Association

KCU-Joplin Gives Back With Community Health Screening

Jan 22, 2019
The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences Joplin Campus recently partnered with Missouri Southern State University (MSSU), Freeman Health System...

Telemedicine Is On the Brink of Becoming "As Common As The Telephone" Predicts MAOPS President

Jan 14, 2019

The future of telemedicine is rapidly changing, according to David Tannehill, DO, and president of Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS).

KCU-Joplin Launches Innovative Clinical Experience Program

Sep 19, 2018
The Community Clinic of Southwest Missouri is bustling with activity on a Thursday evening. Pairs of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences Joplin...