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Executive Health Program

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The University of Kansas Health System executive health program provides a convenient, 1-day comprehensive executive physical package customized to meet your personal needs. We understand your time is valuable, so our physicians and staff offer expert customer service and custom scheduling. We offer the highest level of dedication and attention to ensure efficient personal care. Your customized array of screening tests will reflect our assessment of your specific medical needs. In addition, you may request our wide range of specific optional executive health services.

To contact our executive health team, call 913-574-2880 or email executivehealth@kumc.edu.

A physical designed just for you.

An executive physical offers an assessment of your health and the opportunity for early intervention, if needed. Early detection and diagnosis of serious health conditions are essential to the best treatment options and long-term well-being.

We are dedicated to meeting the needs of every busy executive. Your package will be customized to meet your health, family history and personal needs. As a member of the executive health program, you will have the opportunity to establish your primary care with our team and enjoy the benefits of an advanced primary care membership.

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Still the best
Our hospital continues to rank as the best in Kansas City and in Kansas according to U.S. News & World Report.
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Magnet recognized
The University of Kansas Hospital has been designated a Magnet® facility by the American Nurses Credentialing Center since 2006.
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Top academic medical center
Earned Vizient's 2018 Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Leadership Award; ranked 5th out of 99 academic medical centers studied.