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

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March 01, 2014 10:45 AM

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

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