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.
Foot and ankle skin disorders can be acute or chronic conditions that cause pain, rashes, itching, tingling, burning, flaking and scaling of the skin on or near the feet. Some skin disorders that affect the feet and ankles include eczema or dermatitis, psoriasis, dry skin, cracked skin and keratosis. Because a variety of illnesses can cause these skin conditions and skin problems of the feet may be indicative of another condition, any changes of the feet or ankles should be assessed by a physician. People with diabetes and other chronic conditions should see a podiatrist for feet problems or if any skin disorders of the feet and ankles are suspected.