Training more Kansas physicians
Through the MOM Program, Family Medicine faculty and residents develop curriculum and provide outpatient
clinical care and inpatient prenatal delivery services.
Resident physicians work at MOM
Family Medicine at the University of Kansas is training physicians for
The provision of labor and delivery services by family physicians is especially
important in largely rural states such as Kansas. 80 of the 105 counties in Kansas do not have obstetricians, most of those
counties rely on family physicians for prenatal and delivery services.
There is a need for
additional trained professionals to provide access to prenatal and delivery services throughout the state. MOM is positioned
to help increase the number of trained providers in the community and in the State of Kansas.