Student Health Resources

  • KCU students may seek medical services (acute care, short-term treatment only) at KCU's affiliate locations. Those who require chronic care or need to be seen during off-hours are encouraged to contact their own provider.

    Student health services are not provided or contracted by the University. Students may seek health care wherever and with whomever they choose. The following clinics’ information is given to provide students with some available options. KCU highly encourages students to make an appointment to establish care with a primary care provider early in the school year, in the event an acute medical need should arise. Frequently, being an established patient enhances how quickly you can be seen for a problem.

    Students will need to present their insurance card, as when seeing any healthcare provider.  All expenses for health services are the responsibility of the student.

    Clinical Partners

    Though clinical faculty may intermittently be in these locations, they cannot provide continuity of care for our students.

    KC CARE clinic (OMM available) 

    3515 Broadway
    Kansas City, MO  64111

    Health Partnership Clinic of Johnson County  

    (913) 648-2266
    407 S. Clairborne Road, Suite 104
    Olathe, KS  66062

    Goppert-Trinity Family Care (Goppert Family Medicine resident clinic, OMM available)

    (816) 276-7600
    6675 Holmes Road, Suite 360
    Kansas City, MO  64131

    Community Practices

    Most have urgent care or walk-in/same day appointments available.

    Kansas City Internal Medicine  

    (816) 943-0706
    Various locations throughout city

    St. Luke’s Internal Medicine 

    4321 Washington St., Suite 3000
    Kansas City, MO  64111
    Meritas Health 
    Various phone numbers depending on location and specialty.
    Various locations, mostly north of the Missouri River.