Temporary Access Instructions for Priority Care Clinic (Kansas)
Our Priority Care walk-in clinic, located at our College Boulevard primary care practice, is open for your urgent care needs amid ongoing water damage repair. Please use the lower parking lot and go through the medical building entrance. A staircase and elevators are available to bring you to our clinic’s suite. If you’re experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring is simply a way for your physician to get an accurate, “big picture” reading of your blood pressure from one day to the next. It is accomplished using a small device that can be worn on a belt along with a blood pressure cuff that is worn under the shirt sleeve. The device automatically takes a blood pressure reading every 15-30 minutes throughout the day and night, and records it for your doctor’s evaluation. Understanding that, for many patients, just thinking about a trip to the doctor’s office can cause a rise in blood pressure, this constant ambulatory form of monitoring may provide a more accurate picture that helps a doctor to determine whether the patient needs to be treated for hypertension (high blood pressure).