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Center for Women's Health

OB-GYNs located in Wichita, KS
Now offering Telehealth visits

To Our Valued Patients:

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, your health and safety are forefront in our minds We have implemented COVID-19 protocols in our clinic as this is our top priority. We have taken many steps to ensure our clinic is safe for our patients, staff, and community members.

While attending appointments, we ask that patients limit the number of accompanying guests to one person over the age of 18. This is subject to change at any time during the cold and flu season.

We are doing curbside check-in upon arrival at our clinic for your appointment. When you arrive, please call 316.609.4001 or 316.609.4019. Our staff will receive you at the curbside.

Please be advised that no infants or children/guests under the age of 18 are allowed into our clinic for any visits; children are known to commonly be asymptomatic carriers of the COVID virus - this policy is to protect our other patients and staff members. You will receive a reminder confirmation call before your appointment that children/guests under 18 are not allowed at your visit.

Below are the protocols we have put in place to keep everyone safe. We hope that you will be able to make a clear decision on continuing your plan of care during this time. If you have questions during these uncertain times, you are welcome to call our clinic or your primary care physician to ask additional questions.

Sanitation Protocols: All staff are to engage in regular hand washing and disinfecting of our equipment and supplies. While this is an activity we already enforce, we have increased our frequency and reinforcement.

During this time, we are also asking our patients to reschedule their appointments if they are showing the following symptoms:

  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Fever

Per the most recent Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Guidelines, we are also asking patients to refrain from their appointments if they have:

    • Traveled to a state with known widespread community transmission
    • Received notification from public health officials (state or local) that you are a close contact of a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19. You should quarantine at home for 14 days since your last contact with the case. (A close contact is defined as someone who has been closer than 6 feet for more than 10 minutes while the patient is symptomatic.)

Our staff and patients will also be screened for the above symptoms/situations before each workday/appointment.

As your trusted health care provider, it is our top priority to ensure you can continue receiving care within our clinic. We will continue to monitor the Center for Disease Control (CDC), local, state, and federal health officials as the situation continue. We continue to be in contract with both HCA Wesley Hospital and Ascension Via Christi to monitor any updates.

Thank you for your support during these unsettling times. We urge you to continue your medical routine, especially obstetric visits unless you are otherwise notified. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

The Staff of Center for Women’s Health

 

About Practice

When Dr. Sharon Breit started Center for Women’s Health in 1992, she envisioned a different type of practice, where women would be welcomed in a warm and relaxing environment.  She recognized that the women of Wichita desired the need for progressive health care to be delivered with personalized attention.  The goal at Center for Women’s Health is to give each woman a luxury healthcare experience surpassed by none.  While medicine continues to change, the staff at Center for Women’s Health still believes that we can give each woman the care she expects and deserves.

We are committed to building long-term patient relationships.  We believe that it is important for our patients to have a doctor that they can trust.  We work diligently to provide the best healthcare experience possible.  Dr. Breit delivers over 98% of her patient’s babies.  She is regularly on call so she can be there for you when you need her most.

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Center for Women's Health

When Dr. Sharon Breit started Center for Women’s Health in 1992, she envisioned a different type of practice, where women would be welcomed in a warm and relaxing environment.  She recognized that the women of Wichita desired the need for progressive health care to be delivered with personalized attention.  The goal at Center for Women’s Health is to give each woman a luxury healthcare experience surpassed by none.  While medicine continues to change, the staff at Center for Women’s Health still believes that we can give each woman the care she expects and deserves.

We are committed to building long-term patient relationships.  We believe that it is important for our patients to have a doctor that they can trust.  We work diligently to provide the best healthcare experience possible.  Dr. Breit delivers over 98% of her patient’s babies.  She is regularly on call so she can be there for you when you need her most.


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Major Insurance Providers Accepted

At Center for Women's Health, we accept most major insurance plans. Here is list of some of the plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed.

Aetna
American Republic Insurance
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Assurant Health
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas
Cigna
Coventry
Cypress Benefit Administrators
Freedom Life
GEHA PPO
Medicare
Self Pay
Tricare
United Healthcare

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Location
Center for Women's Health
10111 E. 21st North , Suite 301
Wichita, KS 67206
Phone: 316-202-1690
Fax: 316-634-0050
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