PSCK: Your Experts in Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
Monday – Friday
8 AM – 4:30 PM
PSCK evaluates and treats the entire spectrum of pulmonary disorders. Our team will provide consultation, diagnosis, treatment, and longitudinal care. We provide specialty management including bronchoscopy, EBUS, robotic biopsy, post transplant care, thoracentesis, and lung cancer screening.
PSCK has experts in diagnosing and treating all types of sleep disorders. We offer a range of testing services including home sleep testing, oximetry, in lab sleep studies, and MSLTs. We also provide CPAP and Inspire management.
PSCK offers in office pulmonary function testing with dedicated RT staff ensure the highest quality testing. We also offer a variety of advanced biologic treatments for management of specific lung disorders.
PSCK offers CPAP/Durable Medical Equipment services for patients with participating insurance programs. Our experienced DME team can help with optimizing your settings or mask fit.
Breathe Deep and Sleep Deeper
Why Visit Us At PSCK
Patient Centered Care
We believe in providing quality medical care for chronic lung and sleep conditions leading to improved health outcomes. We focus on developing lasting relationships with our patients to prevent hospitalization and improve quality of life.
Comprehensive Sleep Care
PSCK has a dedicated Sleep program including sleep testing facilities, in home testing, DME services, and experts to help optimize your sleep quality.
Access to Care
We offer a variety of in office and on site testing and treatment to simplify your care. We have 2 locations in Wichita and a number of outreach clinics to meet patients closer to home.
Our specialists are board certified in Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine and all have more than a decade of experience in managing complex pulmonary and sleep patients.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you taking new patients?
Yes – we are taking currently taking new patients. Please contact us or have your primary care office send a referral to schedule an appointment.
Do you take my insurance?
We accept most insurance programs. Please ask your insurer or our team if your plan is accepted. We will be happy to work with you.
Do I need a referral?
We prefer referrals from your primary care or subspecialist. Your insurance provider may require a referral before your visit. Exceptions are made on a case by case basis.
Will you need my medical records in order to see me?
We will request records from your referring physician. You may be asked to complete a release of records form. Any additional records that you possess may be helpful and should be brought with you for your first appointment.
Do I need to do anything before my first visit?
You will receive a paper packet and/or a link to our patient portal with forms to complete prior to your visit. If you are unable to complete the forms, we will request that you arrive 30 mins early for your appointment to complete these forms before you are seen.
How early should I arrive for my appointment?
We request that you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment or testing. Please allow 30 minutes if you are a new patient and were unable to complete new patient paperwork before your visit.
What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
When your appointment is scheduled we will inform you of any records that we would need you to bring in. If you have had CT scans or X-rays, it will be very important that we see the actual films and not just a report. We have access to many imaging centers in region. Our staff will let you know if we need you to bring in a physical copy/disk of your scan.
Will you draw blood?
We do not draw blood in our office. If we determine that blood tests are needed we will order them to be completed at a location of your convenience. We can work with most outside laboratories.
What are your COVID-19 precautions?
During the COVID pandemic, PSCK has followed the CDC and KDHE recommendations, including the use of masks, enhanced cleaning protocols, and appropriate spacing. Masks are currently not required in the office. Our staff will wear a mask for your visit upon request. Please notify us before your appointment or at check in if you would like our staff to mask for your visit.
What do I need to do before having pulmonary function testing (PFT)?
In order to get the best results, we ask that you not smoke or vape for at least 24 hours prior to testing. Please do not use any inhaled medications or breathing treatments the day of testing.
What if I have to go to the hospital?
Our team provides consultative pulmonary and critical care services for patients at the major hospital systems in Wichita. If you are hospitalized at one of our affiliated hospitals, please notify your care team of your relationship with our clinic so that we may assist in your care.
Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 4:30 PM
3009 N. Cypress Drive
Wichita, KS 67226