Wichita Clinic Immediate Care physicians have seen patients with upper respiratory infections, allergies, sinus infections and the stomach flu.
Wichita Clinic physicians at Bethel in Newton have seen a couple cases of “walking pneumonia” but mostly viral illnesses. Most respiratory illnesses will naturally run their course over a week or two. It is recommended to see your physician if you have a fever greater than 101 or underlying chronic illness. Physicians recommend getting plenty of rest, washing your hands frequently and drinking plenty of fluids. Physicians in Newton have also seen a couple other viral illnesses—costochondritis and pleuritis. Both illnesses cause pain in the chest with coughing, sneezing or laughing. In the case of chest pain, it is a good idea to see your physician.
Physicians at Eberly Farm Pediatric department have seen children with nausea/vomiting and diarrhea. Immediate Care continues to see adult patients with sinus infections, sore throats, headaches.
Wichita Clinic Family Medicine physicians in Andover have been seeing patients with colds and a virus that causes aches and pains.