Austin Campbell, right, a first-year student at the University of Kansas Medical School-Wichita, checks the foot of Ruben Castillo during a visit to the Jaydoc Clinic at Guadalupe Clinic. To help with a physician shortage, administrators hope to expand the number of students who can complete four years of medical training in Wichita.
Austin Campbell, right, a first-year student at the University of Kansas Medical School-Wichita, checks the foot of Ruben Castillo during a visit to the Jaydoc Clinic at Guadalupe Clinic. To help with a physician shortage, administrators hope to expand the number of students who can complete four years of medical training in Wichita. Eagle correspondent
Austin Campbell, right, a first-year student at the University of Kansas Medical School-Wichita, checks the foot of Ruben Castillo during a visit to the Jaydoc Clinic at Guadalupe Clinic. To help with a physician shortage, administrators hope to expand the number of students who can complete four years of medical training in Wichita. Eagle correspondent

KU med school in Wichita has plans for expansion – if the finances work out

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