KU Medical School teams with NU to educate future doctors in Wichita

Jul 26, 2011

The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita announced its first freshman class of students ever, who have enrolled for the fall 2011 semester. The KU Medical School’s Wichita site is changing from a program that educates only third and fourth-year students to a full four-year program in an effort to help reduce the shortage of physicians in the state. 

The medical school is working with Newman University and Wichita State University, sharing faculty and resources for first and second-year students. Read more in the Wichita Business Journal.