Primary Care Office in Wichita
The KU Midtown Clinic physicians are devoted to providing excellent medical care to all patients in Wichita and the surrounding areas. Our board-certified physicians provide a wide variety of clinical services including preventive medicine, chronic disease management, diabetes care, and obesity and weight loss services. The Midtown clinic also specializes in treating patients with HIV, PREP/PEP, STDs, Hepatitis C and transgender care.
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. Please see below for COVID-19 updates for our clinic.
- Masks are optional
- Strongly encourage one visitor per patient, only exceptions being language translators or those with disabilities requiring additional support
- Telehealth visits offered
Telehealth appointments are now available. Please call to make an appointment.
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Additional Resources for COVID-19
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.
The HIV program provides care and treatment to over 1,200 patients, with average annual increases of over 100 new patients a year. The care is provided at the KU Internal Medicine Midtown facility located at 1001 N. Minneapolis Wichita, Kansas. In addition, care is provided in outreach clinics in Garden City, Salina, and Pittsburg every six to eight weeks.
The HIV program seeks to provide quality community-based medical care, education, and research throughout Wichita, as well as the rest of the state. The program’s medical director, Dr. Donna Sweet, is quite literally, “considered the gold standard for HIV care in the state” according to the Primary Care Assessment Tool (2000) administered by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
The mission of the HIV program is to provide care and early intervention services to all HIV-positive individuals in the state of Kansas, regardless of ability to pay.
HIV Outreach Clinics
Providers and case managers travel to outreach treatment sites in Garden City, Salina, and Pittsburg every six to eight weeks to serve the needs of HIV-positive individuals living in rural Kansas. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact the following:
Garden City: United Methodist Mexican-American Ministries
224 North Taylor, Box 766
Garden City, KS 67846
Contact Person: Irma Velazquez
Phone (for appointment): 620-275-1766 x233
Pittsburg: Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas
3011 N. Michigan
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Contact Person: Vicki Brunskill-Stus
Phone (for appointment): 620-231-9873
Salina: Salina/Saline County Health Department
125 W. Elm
Salina, KS 67401
Contact Person: Diane Pancake
Phone (for appointment): 785-826-6600 x106