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KU medical clinics moving from Cypress Medical Park

Published on -7/1/2014, 11:39 AM

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By Kelsey Ryan

The Wichita Eagle

(MCT) The University of Kansas-Wichita Endocrinology, Adult Medicine and Gastroenterology clinics are moving from their current location at Cypress Medical Park, according to a news release.

Starting Monday, the clinics will be located at 8533 E. 32nd St. North, which used to be Mid-America Diabetes Associates.

Last year, the clinics had planned to merge with Mid-America Diabetes Associates but the merger did not take place, according to a KU spokeswoman.

KU's lease is ending at the Cypress location and physician Richard Guthrie at Mid-America Diabetes closed his practice in May after four decades.

(c)2014 The Wichita Eagle

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