Wichita Clinic Immediate Care physicians have seen patients with coughs, sore throats, allergies and sinus infections.
Wichita Clinic physicians at Bethel in Newton are seeing patients with asthma, cold and cough, and diarrhea and vomiting. Physicians recommend if you have a treatment plan for asthma from your doctor, please follow that plan. If breathing difficulties are something new, please see your doctor. For cough and cold, preventative measures include washing your hands frequently and not sharing a drink with another person. If your fever is more than 102°, you are short of breath, dehydrated or your symptoms have lasted more than 7 days, please see your doctor. For diarrhea and vomiting, wash your hands frequently and limit your contact with sick people. Please see your doctor if you have diarrhea for more than 7 days or are not able to take liquids, as you could be dehydrated.
Physicians at Wichita Clinic Eberly Farm Immediate Care have seen patients with sinus headaches, sore throats, and ear aches. Physicians have also been seeing a lot of injuries including broken arms, fingers, and ankles in the past week.