Born in Kolobrzeg, Poland, and currently residing in Kansas City, Kansas, Albert Chmielewski is a family physician with several years of experience.
Through the United States Diversity Visa Program, Albert Chmielewski and his family were allowed entrance to the United States. The family moved to Wichita, Kansas, to live with Albert’s aunt when he was nine years old. After overcoming language barriers while in elementary and middle school, Albert ended up graduating from Southeast High School.
Albert Chmielewski attended the University of Kansas and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. At the time, he was considering pursuing a doctorate degree in neurology and becoming a professor or researcher. After his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent surgery and long term therapy, Albert decided to attend medical school to become a doctor, with the hope of diagnosing and healing others. With this goal in mind, he worked at Reed Medical Group and ZLB Plasma Services to support himself, gain work experience, and to apply for medical school. In 2009 Albert began attending medical school at Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poland.
After graduating from medical school in 2013, Dr. Chmielewski began his residency in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which he completed in 2016. After residency Dr. Chmielewski relocated to Kansas City to work as a family medicine physician.