Cypress Medical Park
9300 E. 29th St.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Student Health Fee and Covered Services
The Student Health Fee is a required fee paid by students each semester. These fees contribute to the operational costs of the KU Wichita Adult Medicine.
Payment of the fee entitles the student to office visits with the specified health care provider as well as the student’s first annual TB test.
Student Health Insurance
The KU School of Medicine–Wichita offers a health insurance policy for eligible students.
The plan is selected for the Kansas regents schools by the State of Kansas and is offered through KUMC Student Resources. For information about the current policy, visit www.studentresources.net.
Policies and guidelines pertaining to insurance coverage may vary according to the insurance company.
Provide proof of health insurance coverage that meets the health insurance requirements set forth by the KU School of Medicine–Wichita. Failure to comply with health insurance requirements may result in disenrollment.
Make two copies of the front and back of your insurance card. Send one copy to Academic and Student Affairs (ASA) and one copy to KU Wichita Adult Medicine.
If there is a change in insurance carrier, a copy of the front and back of the new card must be submitted as indicated above.
If you have questions, call Academic and Student Affairs 316-293-2603.
Charges for Services not covered by Student Health Fee
Charges will be assessed for routine physicals, well-woman exams, and certain other services offered at KU Wichita Adult Medicine including any TB tests after the first annual. Your health insurance company will be billed for all services not covered by the student health fee.
Screening procedures, examinations, and/or tests not covered by personal health insurance are billed directly to you. Other than office visits and the first annual TB test, students are responsible for all charges not covered by your personal health insurance.
The fee schedule for other tests, procedures, exams, and services is available upon request. Radiology and laboratory testing not listed on the fee schedule are charged at the usual rate for the clinic.
Payment (cash, check, or credit card) of co-pays and other charges are due upon receipt of the billing statement.
Services not performed at KU Wichita Adult Medicine, such as physical therapy and diagnostic services, are billed to your personal health insurance company by the provider of the service.
Insurance / Billing Questions
It is your responsibility to take the initial steps necessary to resolve insurance and billing concerns.
If the question or issue is an insurance carrier issue, contact the insurance carrier.
If the question or issue is a billing issue, contact the Billing Department at 316-293-3429. Please identify yourself as a medical student so your call can be directed to the appropriate person for early resolution.
Academic and Student Affairs at 316-293-2603 may also be contacted for guidance or help with billing questions.
For information regarding fees/charges for services contact Vanessa Montano at 316-293-3726 or email@example.com at KU Wichita Adult Medicine.
Spouse or Domestic Partners
Domestic Partner, for purposes of Student Health Services, is defined as – “An individual who is in a long-term relationship with a current KUSM-W medical student. The couple lives together at the same address.”
The KU Wichita Adult Medicine clinic will extend its primary care and urgent care services to a spouse or domestic partner of a current KUSM-W medical student. The spouse or partner will be required to complete a Spouse / Partner Affidavit. After the form is completed, it is to be taken to the Medical Practice Association Billing Office located on the 3rd floor of the main KUSM-W building in suite 3049 for enrollment in the program.
After paying the fee (cash, check, or credit card) the spouse or domestic partner will be subject to the same discounted charges (procedures, examinations, immunizations, etc.) as KUSM-W medical students. There is no immunization, health history, or physical examination requirements for spouses or partners.
The KU Wichita Adult Medicine clinic does not provide care for children, so this coverage does not extend to children of medical students.