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University Health

University Health

New name reflects Truman Medical Center's partnership as a primary teaching hospital for UMKC School of medicine. More >>

Celebrating 50 Years
Celebrating 50 Years

Celebrating 50 Years

This year, the UMKC School of Medicine celebrates its 50th anniversary. Beginning with our special 50th anniversary logo, the School of Medicine will present features and events throughout the year to commemorate half a century of excellence in medical education. More >>

Match Day Thrills
Match Day Thrills

Match Day Thrills

Match Day fills UMKC medical students with thrills, excitement. More >>

UMKC School of Medicine Ranks Among the Nation's Best
UMKC School of Medicine Ranks Among the Nation's Best

UMKC School of Medicine Ranks Among the Nation's Best

The UMKC School of Medicine is the highest-ranked medical school in Missouri for Primary Care in the 2023 graduate school rankings by U.S. News & World Report. More >>

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Timothy Martin, M.D., ’84, a leader in pediatric anesthesiology and pain medicine

Since 1971, nearly 4,000 physicians and health care professionals across the United States have received their degrees from the UMKC School of Medicine. As a lead up to our Gold

Betty M. Drees, M.D., honored for efforts to advance the careers of women in medicine

The American College of Physicians has recognized former UMKC School of Medicine Dean Betty M. Drees, M.D., F.A.C.P., for her distinguished contributions to women in medicine. Drees was presented the

Eight inducted to SOM chapter of AOA honor society

The School of Medicine chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha welcomed eight new members into the medical honor society as the Class of 2022 inductees. This year’s inductees include junior members

School of Medicine’s Steven Go receives NBME distinguished service award

Steven Go, M.D., professor of emergency medicine, received the Edithe J. Levit Distinguished Service Award at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) in Philadelphia.

Dana Suskind, M.D., ’92, improving child outcomes

UMKC School of Medicine Alumni Reflections Throughout 50 Years Since 1971, nearly 4,000 physicians and health care professionals across the United States have received their degrees from the UMKC School

Sirridge lecturer explores different approach to health humanities

Sandy Sufian, Ph.D., an associate professor of health humanities and history at the University of Illinois School of Medicine, discussed a different approach to medical humanities as the keynote speaker

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