5. Center for Child Health and Development
6. Indian Creek Campus Medical Office Building
7. The University of Kansas Hospital
We offer comprehensive primary pediatric care in the Kansas City area to meet your child's healthcare needs today and for a lifetime. As an academic medical center, we're always discovering better ways to help children stay healthy and get well faster. This lets us incorporate some of the latest medical breakthroughs into your child's care. It's all part of making sure we are always advancing the power of medicine.
To schedule an appointment, call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online. If you are an established patient, call 913-588-6300.
The University of Kansas Physicians is the largest multispecialty medical practice in the Kansas City area. Here, you have immediate access to a team of experts covering more than 35 specialties and programs.
Our pediatricians incorporate the latest medical breakthroughs to treat children with all types of simple and complex conditions, illnesses and behavioral and developmental conditions. From general check-ups to streamlined care for serious issues, you and your child can rely on board-certified physicians, advanced practice nurse providers, magnet-designated nurses and an entire support team that provides a complete range of services.
Our physicians provide:
We offer a complete spectrum of primary pediatric care services and programs in the Kansas City area, including:
In addition, we offer a number of subspecialists within our practice such as:
Our pediatric practices are designated as Patient-Centered Medical Homes by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). This designation ensures that your child will receive comprehensive, coordinated, high-quality care.
What this means to you:
We offer weekend, evening and same-day appointments for your convenience. When you have a question about your child's health, a physician is on-call 24/7 to provide you with expert advice when you need it most.
We accept KanCare, Medicaid and most major insurance plans.
The University of Kansas Health System provides translators so you can communicate about your child's health. Many of our doctors and staff are bilingual, and we can accommodate dozens of languages in our clinics.