Masks are Required

Wearing masks helps us keep each other safe. Masks are required in our facilities.

If you cannot wear a mask, contact your care team before you visit to discuss telehealth. Patients and visitors not wearing masks will not be permitted to enter.

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COVID-19 Updates


The novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, is a global, national and local concern. The University of Kansas Health System is working closely with local, state and federal health officials to control spread and provide safe healthcare to you and your family.

Our team treats people with respiratory illnesses every day. We have the training, tools and techniques in place to isolate and care for those who are potentially at risk for COVID-19.

We have enhanced safety measures in place to minimize risk so you can confidently plan and receive the important care you need.

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We need your help!

The impact of coronavirus is on pace to overwhelm the U.S. healthcare system by summer. We need your help to protect the safety of our patients, visitors and staff.

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Take good care

Following several simple practices will help you and your loved ones reduce risk of infection. But if you or someone close to you does feel ill, it’s important to recognize symptoms and seek care responsibly. Review these guidelines on prevention, symptoms and supportive care.

If you think you have COVID-19, call your primary care provider or set up an urgent care video visit.

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