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In recognition of the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, some of The University of Kansas Health System’s offices will have modified hours on Monday, May 27.

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Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs players huddled up before a game.

As fans pack Arrowhead Stadium during football season, the health system's sports medicine team and other specialists are on hand to make sure Chiefs players keep their competitive edge.

Caring for the Chiefs

As the official healthcare provider of the Chiefs, we provide leading-edge care and treatment for players during training, practice and games. We also provide first-aid care for fans at every home game.

Caring for you

We don’t just provide care for the Chiefs – we care for everyone, including you. Whether you’re a pro athlete, a student athlete or a fan who likes to stay active, the care remains the same for the entire Chiefs Kingdom.

Caring for the Kingdom and the Champions

Caring for the Kingdom

Physicians who care for the Kansas City Chiefs are the same sports medicine experts who care for athletes and others of all ages at our Sports Medicine and Performance Center.

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One of the great things about having the health system as a partner is that they're looking for ways to grow and innovate. That matches the culture of the Kansas City Chiefs. – Clark Hunt

CEO, Kansas City Chiefs

We offer a variety of appointment types. Learn more or call 913-588-1227 to schedule now.

We care for everyone in Chiefs Kingdom

For over a decade, The University of Kansas Health System has helped the Chiefs stay at the top. But you don't have to be a pro to get the same care. You could be a student athlete or a fan who likes to stay active. No matter who you are you can see the same experts who care for the Chiefs.

Paul Schroeppel, MD:
Because here at The University of Kansas Health System, we care for everyone in Chiefs Kingdom.

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