Wichita, KS. 67206
Dial 1: Appointment Scheduling
Dial 2: Nursing
Dial 3: Medical Records
Dial 4: Billing Department
Dial 6: Physician to Physician Calls
Dial 8: Urgent Need and True Emergencies Only Please!
After dialing 2, you will have the following options:
Press 1: Prescription refills
Press 2: Surgery scheduling
Press 3: Nurse / lab / pharmacy
Call 316.634.0060, option 2, then press 1.
- Extreme vomiting (unable to keep liquids down or if you are unable to urinate)
- Intense abdominal pain
- Lots of watery discharge before 36 weeks.
- Contractions that are 10 minutes apart or closer (may not be painful), between 24 and 36 weeks.
- Vaginal bleeding
- Severe headache or swelling all over
- Lack of fetal movement
No woman should sit at home and worry needlessly. If something’s really got you anxious, it’s worth a call.
- If membranes rupture
- If you are having regular contractions 5 minute intervals or less (requiring total concentration) and you can’t walk or talk through them any longer
- If you have had a baby before and contractions are “feeling like labor”, do not wait at home until strong active labor pattern is established. You may dilate faster than your last labor
- If you feel a decrease in fetal movement
- If you are having bright red vaginal bleeding
- If you start contracting, and you are scheduled for a C/S delivery
We recommend following the directions on the bottle unless your physician has advised otherwise.
1. Extra-strength Tylenol (no more than 2000 mg/day) (Category B)
9. Milk of Magnesia
Mutual Assurance Administrators
Preferred Benefits Administrators
Preferred Health Professionals
Preferred Health Systems
Providers Care Network
UHC Military <Tricare> (Prime, Standard, Retiree)
United Health Care
This is a compilation of “major” insurance companies that The Center for Women’s Health currently accepts. These are among the 100 or so that we do business with. If your insurance does not appear on this list please contact our business office at 316.634.0060 for more information.