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Indian Creek Campus Walk-In Lab Services Relocating

Walk-in lab services will be closed on Indian Creek Campus February 4-5. If you need to visit the lab this weekend, go to the Medical Pavilion on the health system’s campus in Kansas City, Kansas. Weekend hours are 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday only. The Medical Pavilion is located at the corner of Olathe Boulevard and Cambridge Street. The lab is on Level 1.

Our Urgent Care location at T-Mobile Center
on Grand Blvd. is closed until further notice due to winter weather-related water damage. Find a convenient alternate location using Find Care Now.
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Pediatric Otolaryngology

Doctor looking in young girls mouth.

The pediatric otolaryngologists at The University of Kansas Health System provide comprehensive care for children with diseases of the head and neck. Our highly trained physicians and staff work together to diagnose both minor and complex conditions and provide the most progressive medical treatments available.

As part of a multidisciplinary team, our otolaryngologists work closely with other specialists in the hospital to develop very individualized treatment plans.

A child-friendly environment

Going to the doctor can be a frightening experience for children and their parents. In our clinics and hospital pediatric units, we create a safe, nurturing and comfortable environment. We use equipment designed specifically for pediatric patients.

In the hospital, sleeping chairs are available in each room so parents can stay with their children. A family room features a TV, sofas, a shower, a kitchenette and other amenities for extended visits.

While children are in the hospital, a child life specialist helps make their stay more comfortable by providing school and play activities.

Conditions

Treatments

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

Locations

Our physicians offer outpatient services at The University of Kansas Hospital and KU MedWest. We also provide care and expert consultation for hospitalized children in our pediatrics and neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.