A partnership to support rural health care and communities

Through the K-State 105 initiative, Kansas State University and The University of Kansas Health System are working together to explore ways to support health care in rural Kansas communities.

This is a first-of-its-kind collaboration that brings together the land-grant mission and statewide presence of K-State through K-State Research and Extension with the expertise and experience of the state's only academic health system.

Read a news release with more information about the partnership.

Watch a video below of our April 4 virtual news conference announcing the partnership.


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