** COVID-19 Important Information **


KU Wichita Internal Medicine Clinics recognize that reducing the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is our top priority for the health and safety of our patients, staff and the community.


Telehealth appointments are now available. Please call to make an appointment.
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KU Wichita Internal Medicine Midtown:

1001 Minneapolis

Administering COVID VACCINE NOW!

  • Accepting current patients according to the Sedgwick County Phase
  • Call NOW to schedule your vaccine appointment
  • Please call to schedule In-person or Telehealth appointments
  • Please limit to one visitor accompanying each patient.

Front Desk: 316-293-1840

KU Wichita Center for Health Care:

8533 E. 32nd St. N.

Administering COVID VACCINE NOW!

  • Accepting current patients according to the Sedgwick County Phase
  • Call NOW to schedule your vaccine appointment
  • Please call to Schedule in-person or telehealth appointments. (No Walk-In appointments accepted)
  • Please limit to one visitor accompanying you with the only exceptions being language translators or those with disabilities requiring additional support.

Internal Medicine Clinic: 316-293-2622
Gastroenterology: 316-293-3455


If you believe you could be infected with COVID-19:

  • Please contact us for advice rather than coming to the clinic. We can instruct you on how to proceed for care.
  • When you call, we can help create your access to our portal for better communication with our clinic.
  • Friendly, easy to follow advice from the CDC.

If you are well and want to reduce your chance of becoming sick with COVID-19:

Functional Medicine Clinic

KU Wichita Functional Medicine offers consults using a systems-based approach, recognizing there are many manifestations of disease with common causes. While not taking the place of your primary care physician, functional medicine’s goal is to find the root cause of illness by focusing on the foundations of health, including sleep, physical activity, nutrition, stress transformation and relationships. Using an individualized approach to disease based on the evolving research in nutritional science, genomics and epigenetics, functional medicine seeks to reverse the trend that is chronic disease and restore normal function. If you are ready to make changes to feel better and improve your quality of life, a functional medicine approach may augment your current health care methods.

What to expect: An initial functional medicine visit typically takes about an hour and initial management techniques focus on lifestyle changes with careful tracking and feedback. Follow-up visits last between 30 minutes to an hour. We accept all insurances.

Meet Dr. Jackson

Dr. Jackson

Jennifer Jackson, M.D., FACP is a Rose Hill native. After graduating with honors from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in biology, she attended medical school and completed her internal medicine residency at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.

Dr. Jackson served as a traditional general internist in Pratt, Kansas, before relocating with her family to the Wichita area, where she joined the faculty in the Department of Internal Medicine at KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Along with teaching future generations of doctors for Kansas, she serves as the associate program director, chief hospitalist and founder of the functional medicine practice at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.

Learn More About Dr. Jackson

Where We’re Located

1001 N Minneapolis
Wichita, KS 67214
M-F: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Phone: 316-290-9766
Fax: 855-487-3302