Rated as the top hospital in Kansas and Kansas City, we provide world-class patient care and are a destination center for complex care and diagnosis.
Through world-class research and exceptional patient care, our NCI-designated cancer center is working toward a world without cancer.
Serving Kansas through excellence in education, research and community engagement; KU Medical Center operates the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions.
A complete online guide to information about the hospital and our services.
Resources and information for physicians and healthcare professionals.
Make an appointment, submit a comment, contact a patient or staff member.
(913) 588-1227(800) 332-6048
Request an Appointment
Find A Location
With locations across the region, patients receive advanced care and treatment close to home.
Write your next chapter with a clinical trial.
View your electronic medical record including lab results and more.
Cancer Program Annual Report reviews the Cancer Registry’s statistics.
Changing the look of cancer.
The Center for Hope and Healing
Read stories of hope and courage.
Working toward a world without cancer.
Be Part of the Cure
NCI-designated Cancer Centers Urge HPV Vaccination for the Prevention of Cancer
Together we, the National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Cancer Centers, recognize the low rates of HPV vaccination as a serious public health threat. As national leaders in cancer research and clinical care, we are compelled to jointly issue this call to action.
From a cotton seed to a potential cancer drug
A new, potential drug that’s a byproduct of cotton could stop cells from dividing - a key to stopping cancer from starting or spreading. KU Cancer Center researchers are studying gossypol, a natural compound currently going through early phase clinical trials for prostate cancer.
View all news »
Tour Our Facilities
Welcome to The University of Kansas Cancer Center's Cancer Care Pavilion and Community Cancer Locations.
Reaching Out to Prevent Cancer in High Risk Communities
Clinical trials can give you access to potentially effective new drugs, therapies and diagnostic tools in research.
© 2016 University of Kansas Cancer Center