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We believe in investing in the health and well-being of our campus community members and seek to provide resources for health, harmony and better living.

Remember, your health and well-being matters. That's why KU Medical Center offers a variety of wellness services for students, staff and faculty. These services reflect the medical center's commitment to strengthening communities by providing support to members of its own community.

Wellness Resources

We invite you to check out what's available to help bolster your physical, mental, personal and professional well-being.

The Division of Student Affairs provides resources for students through essential support services and programming.

Student Affairs

Counseling and Educational Support Services provides support to students, residents and fellows through psychological and educational services.

Support Services

KUMC employees are offered competitive benefits that feature wellness programs in support of the community's health and well-being.

Human Resources

2023 KU Medical Center Well-being Conference

Leading at All Levels: Creating a Culture of Well-being

March 7, 7 a.m.-2 p.m. | Virtual and in-person attendance available

Join the growing movement to build a culture of well-being and solutions during KU Medical Center's first Well-being Conference. Faculty, staff and students from across our campuses are invited to attend. Hear from guest speakers and internal experts who will share inspiring and action-oriented information to propel the medical center's well-being initiatives.

Visit the conference Teams channel (login required).

View the conference schedule (PDF).

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Graduate Medical Education Resources

Explore campus- and community-based resources to support your mind, body and spirit. The School of Medicine's GME office provides stress management resources, social and cultural activities and much more.

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Thrive Food Pantry

The Thrive Food Pantry, located on the Kansas City campus, helps address food insecurity by providing students, faculty and staff access to nutritious food. Providing non-perishable food items will help students meet their basic dietary needs and will ensure no student ever goes hungry. To date the pantry has had more than 50 visits with nearly 30 unique users.


Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Explore our hub for resources related to crisis support, counseling services and educational information to help employees, students and friends and family support those in need.

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