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Board Spotlight: Dasa Gangadhar, MD

By Kansas Health Science Center|2020-10-13T13:38:45-05:00September 18, 2020|

Based in Wichita, Kansas, Dasa Gangadhar, MD, is an ophthalmologist and partner at Grene Vision Group where he’s been since 1994 and is a clinical assistant professor of surgery for the KU

Technology in the Delivery of Health Care

By Kansas Health Science Center|2020-10-13T13:39:19-05:00August 26, 2020|

Technology is not new in the delivery of health care – heart monitors, CT scans, MRI imaging and most laboratory tests rely on technology. The emerging trends in technology, however, are beginning

Understanding osteopathic medicine

By Blake Pinto|2020-10-02T12:10:23-05:00April 10, 2020|

Despite the rise in the popularity of osteopathic medicine, some confusion remains as to how a DO is different from an MD.

Board Spotlight: Jerry Gaston, DO

By Kansas Health Science Center|2020-01-08T12:48:46-06:00January 8, 2020|

Jerry G. Gaston, DO, is a native Wichitan and a surgeon with Surgical Specialists P.A. in Wichita.

Five takeaways from my listening tour

By Kansas Health Science Center|2020-01-30T10:21:16-06:00November 12, 2019|

As I’ve been settling into Wichita and traveling the great state of Kansas, I’ve been taking note of what you want in a community partner.

A kept promise: Exploring the legacy of the Riverside Health Foundation

By Cassandra Morrison|2020-01-30T11:04:28-06:00October 23, 2019|

In the 1950s, a group of osteopathic doctors agreed that if the hospital they started was sold, they’d use the profits to train more physicians. By partnering with Kansas Health Science Center, Riverside Health Foundation is keeping that pledge.

Addressing the physician crisis

By Kansas Health Science Center|2020-02-02T16:37:50-06:00October 3, 2019|

The proposed Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (applicant status—seeking accreditation) will provide physicians needed in rural Kansas.

Understanding osteopathic medicine

By Kansas Health Science Center|2019-11-20T11:22:23-06:00October 2, 2019|

Despite the rise in the popularity of osteopathic medicine, there remains some confusion as to what separates a DO from an MD