Visit with a primary care clinician to address an injury or illness episode, which may include any of the following: strep throat, mono, flu, bronchitis, urinary tract infections, pink eye, skin rashes, nausea/vomiting, sinus pressure, upper respiratory issues, ear aches, etc.What's includedWhat's not included
Things to keep in mind
- • In-office point of care labs, including flu or strep test; will be an additional $10-$25
- • Services related to disability assessment and paperwork, worker's compensation claims, and/or controlled medicine or prescriptions.
- • Providers and staff reserve the right to refer patients to a higher-level of care as appropriate. The visit fee will not be refunded in this situation.
- • Medicine refills will be provided on a case-by-case basis and will not be given more than 90 days in advance without an additional in-person visit. All prescriptions will be made at the discretion of the provider. Some medications may require a shorter refill limit.
Dr. Ekwensi A. Griffith is a physician in Topeka, Kansas with more than 19 years of experience in the field of medicine. Before tackling medical school, Dr. Griffith was an All-Conference Nose Guard for Coach Bill Snyder and the Kansas State football team. Dr. Griffith graduated with honors from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2000 and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine in 2004. He is currently on staff in several emergency rooms up and down I 70 from Hutchinson to Topeka, KS.
He founded, owns and is the current Medical Director for all three New Health Kansas locations in Northeast Kansas. New Health Kansas is the product of Dr. Griffith's vision to develop a facility that would offer an array of services customized to enhance and improve patients' mind and body to live a more fulfilling life.