Traveling to The University of Kansas Cancer Center

If you’re traveling to The University of Kansas Cancer Center for care, we want your trip to Kansas City to be as uneventful as possible. 

We understand how planning for a trip and being in an unfamiliar place for cancer care can be overwhelming. That’s why we provide all the information you need, from details on transportation and lodging to patient travel services. 

We are centrally located, which makes us easily accessible by interstate, highway, rail and air travel. No matter where you may be coming from, you can be here in a matter of hours. To assist you and your family, we offer a complimentary concierge service and Patient Comfort & Travel Guide. 

Concierge service

Our dedicated travel consultant and concierge assistant will help you with lodging, transportation and other amenities. Call weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Central time. 

  • Toll-free 844-323-1227, then press 4 
  • International callers, dial 00-1-913-588-1227 

Ask the concierge to send or email you a Patient Comfort & Travel Guide for information on nearby lodging, dining and other amenities. Request a guide.


If you live outside Greater Kansas City, you may need to make short- or long-term lodging arrangements. Learn more about different lodging options near The University of Kansas Cancer Center.

Second opinion service

Patients who have been diagnosed with cancer may want a second opinion. Our experts can help. Second opinions allow you to ask questions about your diagnosis, explore treatment options and consider alternative approaches. 

To learn more about our second opinion service or how to receive a second opinion, call 913-588-1227. 

Request an Appointment




Second opinion leads to collaborative care

Chris Frasco

Chris Frasco, Wichita, Kansas, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. When therapy stopped working, she sought a second opinion at The University of Kansas Cancer Center. The trip to Kansas City informed her continuing treatment and led to a team care approach.

Read Chris' story or learn more about seeking a second opinion.