HCC Kansas City

HCC Kansas city was initiated in 2019 as a partnership between University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) and Wyandotte High School.

The faculty sponsor for the program is Dr. Jocelyn Hunter, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Associate Program Director, General Surgery Residency, University of Kansas Medical Center.

Jocelyn E. Hunter, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Surgery
Associate Program Director, General Surgery Residency Department of Surgery
University of Kansas Medical Center

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The 2019 Health Career Collaborative Program Initiation Grant was awarded to medical students QeeQee Gao and Harmony Saunders. Additional medical student founding members include: Sarah Bromley, Sara Ohadi-Hamadani, Madeleine St. Peter, and Christina Ward.

HCC Kansas medical students Florence Osei and Kiatana Ferguson-Square have created a podcast about being medical students of color. Check it out: https://linktr.ee/melanin.in.medicine

Watch KMBC KC Community Day Feature Nov. 9 highlighting the incredible work of the HCC Kansas City partnership between KUMC and Wyandotte High School.

HCC Kansas City In-Action

High school students participate in an interactive activity to accompany the MI case. The purpose of the activity was to simulate what physicians do in a cath lab for acute treatment of patients. 
Kick-off lecture for high school students.
Student creates a poster about cardiovascular health issues.