KCU Student-Run Clinic

The KCU Student-Run Clinic creates invaluable, first-hand clinical experiences for KCU students through collaboration of physicians in partnership with the KC CARE Clinic, while providing free, quality medical care to the underserved populations in the greater Kansas City community

Physicians work with first- and second-year students as they develop their clinical skills, conducting initial patient interviews and physical exams. Student doctors then present their findings to a physician who reassesses the patient, making a diagnoses and deciding on a treatment plan. 

Volunteer Physicians

Make a lasting impact on the lives of patients and medical students by volunteering for the KCU Student-Run Clinic. You must commit to volunteering at least once every three months for three hours on a Saturday morning.

If interested in volunteering, contact Kirsten Lasley, director of physician services, at klasley@kcumb.edu.


For specific questions about responsibilities, contact faculty advisor Dr. Ray Newman at rnewman@kcumb.edu.