Residents & Fellows
Interested in residency or fellowship programs at the University of Kansas School of Medicine? Our Graduate Medical Education offices oversee KU's many programs.
Experiences for medical school graduates include residencies, where graduates begin their journey as doctors in a clinical setting, or fellowship programs, where physicians obtain a deeper knowledge of a specialty. Learn more about opportunities on each KU School of Medicine campus.
Kansas City Graduate Medical Education
With more than 20 residency programs and more than 30 accredited fellowships, KU School of Medicine-Kansas City prepares physicians to practice in a range of medical specialties with clinical partners in the metro area.
Wichita Graduate Medical Education
KU School of Medicine-Wichita offers 14 fully accredited residency and fellowship training programs, offering a blend of academic and clinical training through hospital partners Ascension Via Christi, Salina Regional Health Center and Wesley Medical Center.
Our Commitment to Diversity
KU Medical Center is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive learning and working environment that nurtures the growth and development of our students, faculty and staff. The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers programs, resources and opportunities to get involved on each campus.