The controversial public health honcho is leaving city hall but will remain part of the local limelight and still able to make bold pronouncements which upset his political adversaries.
Here's a glimpse at his new gig . . .
In his new role, Dr. Archer will collaborate within and across KCU academic programs to integrate public health education into the preclinical curriculum and create clinical clerkship experiences for COM students.
“His passion for improving public health outcomes and addressing disparities in the health care system aligns well with KCU’s mission ‘to improve the well-being of the communities we serve.'”
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Kansas City University (KCU) announced the appointment of Dr. Rex Archer as Professor and Director of Population and Public Health for Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine's Department of Curriculum and Integrated Learning. Archer, a native of Kansas City who led the City's health department for the past 23 years, began the position on August 2.