Internal Medicine

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The University of Kansas Health System offers a wide range of internal medicine services, including primary care. Our multidisciplinary team includes doctors and advanced practice providers. They provide whole person care, including prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common problems of the eyes, ears, skin, nervous system and reproductive organs.

Our internal medicine primary care physicians focus on all aspects of general healthcare. They collaborate with other doctors and specialists to create a comprehensive care plan and help you manage your overall health.

Learn more about our areas of expertise.

Areas of expertise

  • This type of care uses a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to meeting the healthcare needs and treatment of older adults. Our care team includes professionals trained in nursing, social work, clinical pharmacy, and physical and occupational therapy.
  • This type of care encompasses a broad spectrum of care for adolescents and adults. Services include prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common problems and conditions.
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Putting patients at the forefront of care

As a patient-centered medical home, we seek to strengthen the physician-patient relationship with comprehensive, coordinated care. Our goal is to develop and maintain a long-term, healing relationship with each of our patients.

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Why choose us for your internal medicine primary care

Our internal medicine primary care providers use the coordinated care approach of a patient-centered medical home. Here, patients and physicians work together to maintain a long-term healing relationship that supports the patient’s health and wellness. The physician and the entire care team provide each person with personalized, effective care.