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The University of Kansas School of Medicine campus in Salina was created to address the critical shortage of physicians in Kansas. This innovative medical education program is aimed at students with a strong desire to practice in rural areas.

With eight students admitted each year, the Salina campus is the smallest four-year medical education site in the country. University leaders believe it can serve as a model for the nation.

The educational environment in Salina is as high-tech as it is intimate. Students learn with their peers on the Kansas City and Wichita campuses via interactive video and podcasts. Other training takes place in local Salina clinics, the offices of rural physicians and at the Salina Regional Health Center.

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Kansas Center for Rural Health

Our Salina-based center aims to reduce or eliminate health disparities in rural Kansas.
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KU School of Medicine-Salina

KU School of Medicine-Salina
Health Education Center
138 N. Santa Fe
Salina, KS 67401
Phone: 785-822-0400