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.
Pulmonary atresia occurs when the pulmonary valve that is located between the heart and lungs fails to develop properly, which may block blood flow and cause a baby’s skin, lips and nails to turn blue. In some cases, the baby may also have a defect in the ventricular septum in the form of a hole within the muscle that divides the lower heart chambers. In combination, these conditions are referred to as tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary atresia. Children born with pulmonary atresia can be treated via a procedure known as balloon valvuloplasty.