Physicians at Eberly Farm have been seeing patients with sore throats, some that are testing positive for strep. They have also seen patients with upper respiratory infections that are associated with cough, stuffy head and head aches.
Wichita Clinic Immediate Care physicians at Murdock are seeing patients with upper respiratory infections and sore throats.
Wichita Clinic physicians in Newton are seeing patients with strep, colds, sinus infections, bronchitis and croup. Wash your hands (or use hand sanitizer) and drink plenty of fluids. Cover your mouth when you cough and don’t share drinking cups or utensils with another person. The cold will last 1-2 weeks. See your doctor if you have tried over the counter remedies without success, have chest tightness, difficulty breathing and/or wheezing, are coughing up green or yellow mucus, have fever greater than 101, have night sweats, or are coughing up blood.
Family Medicine physicians in Augusta have been seeing patients with asthma, upper respiratory infections and the stomach flu.