The Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved (KAMU) Annual Conference provides an opportunity for primary care, dental, and behavioral health professionals to meet, share experiences, and learn from the best. The two day conference will feature dynamic, national health care professionals leading ground-breaking efforts to navigate the challenges, changes, and opportunities on the path to achieving health equity.

Oral Health Pre-Conference Workshop
The Oral Health Pre-Conference Workshop will feature Paul Glassman, DDS, MA, MBA, focusing on opportunities for health professionals to expand the reach and effectiveness of oral health improvement systems using telehealth-connected teams and Virtual Dental Homes. Learn more.

Annual Conference Keynote Speakers & Event Schedule
Gain valuable insights from nationally-recognized champions in oral health care, health disparities, and organizational leadership to achieve greater social impact. Learn more about this year’s featured speakers and see the schedule of events.

Register Today
Register by AUGUST 31. If you are a KAMU member and have questions about your membership level, find details here.

Book Your Hotel Room
Hotel rooms will be reserved on a first come, first served basis through AUGUST 31 or until the block has been filled, whichever comes first. KAMU cannot guarantee the conference rate or rooms at the conference hotel once the block has been filled.

DoubleTree by Hilton
200 McDonald Drive
Lawrence, Kansas

Book online at group.doubletree.com or call 785-841-7077 using group code KAM.

Sponsor Opportunities
It’s not too late to showcase your company while supporting our mission of equitable health care for all! Contact Kari at 785-233-8483 or email.

Need Additional Information?
Contact Kari at 785-233-8483 or email.

 

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