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THE PRACTICE

About Our Practice

Welcome to First Point Urgent Care

 

At First Point Urgent Care, we focus on delivering the highest quality medical care with compassion.  Medical problems develop unexpectedly and may demand immediate attention. That’s why we’re here to care for life’s little emergencies, when your regular doctors’ offices are closed.  Why spend hours in a hospital waiting room, when you can walk right in and be treated by our experienced and caring medical team?

Our committed team of medical providers offers everything from vaccinations to physicals for the entire family when you need them.

Meet Our Providers
Dr Ryan Luong and Dr Tu Anh Luong grew up in Vietnam, a country of great medical need but of very inadequate and poor quality medical facilities and treatment. They and their family brought their aching and caring hearts and minds to America decades ago, with only $40 to their name, where they studied hard to learn a new language and the medical knowledge to become doctors. They brought the great concern they had for the people of their native country to their adopted country here by putting the needs of those needing medical treatment first and foremost. Both doctors speak fluent English and Vietnamese.
Dr Tu Anh Luong, MD
  • Received BA in Biology from Park University-Magna Clum Laude
  • Graduated from Ross School of Medicine with Honor.
  • Completed Family Medicine Residency at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Board Certified in Family Medicine
  • Has extensive experience in emergency/urgent medicine, hospital medicine, and primary/preventive medicine.  
  • Licensed and credentialed to practice in many hospitals in Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa
  • National Registry of Certified Medical Examiner
  • Dr Tu Anh Luong MD is also licensed in Arizona, Alabama, Nevada, Tennesse, and Wisconsin
Dr Ryan Luong, MD

  • Received BS in Biology and BA from the University of Kansas

  • Graduated from University of Kansas School of Medicine

  • Completed Family Medicine Residency in Mankato at the University of Minnesota

  • Board Certified in Family Medicine

  • Has extensive experience in emergency/urgent medicine, hospital medicine, and primary/preventive medicine.

  • Licensed and credentialed to practice in many hospitals in Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa

  • Dr Ryan Luong MD is also licensed to practice in Arizona, Alabama, Nevada, Tennesse, and Wisconsin

Audrey Stewart 
 
Is a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner who graduated with her Master's Degree in Nursing from Research College of Nursing after getting her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from the University of Kansas.  She has worked in both pediatric and adult emergency care settings most of her career and is excited to be continuing her career in urgent care, where she can care for all ages and populations.  
Kelly Seals
Is a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner who has lot of experience providing medical care to patient with chronic and acute medial conditions. 
Received Master's Degree in Nursing from Walden Universiy-Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner
Received Bachelor Degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix
Ruthe Seeley
 
Ruthe is a Family Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and currently licensed to practice in the states of Kansas and Missouri. She recently graduated from Creighton University where she obtained her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree with honors. She began her nursing career in 2005 and has an extensive knowledge base of patient centered care. She has gained valuable experiences through working with patients and their families on medical/surgical units, intensive care units, and emergency departments. Ruthe recently moved from Iowa with her husband, Cory and two children. She is eager to take care of patients of all ages in the Kansas City area.
Taylor Leslie Jolif
 
Is a Physician Assistant who graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences before completing her Master of Health Sciences at OU Tulsa School of Community Medicine. She has spent her entire career in urgent care and is excited to serve the Kansas City area after recently moving from Tulsa with her husband, Luke, and beloved dog, Mac. 
Latest Health News:

 

Influenza Updates:

  • Vaccine for the 2018-2019 flu season has been updated to better match circulating flu viruses.

  • CDC estimates that, from October 1, 2018, through February 23, 2019, there have been:
    a. 20.4 million – 23.6 million flu illnesses
    b. 9.5 million – 11.1 million flu medical visits
    c. 252,000 – 302,000 flu hospitalizations
    d. 16,400 – 26,700 flu deaths

  • CDC Recommends:

  • A yearly flu vaccine(https://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/keyfacts.htm) for everyone 6 months and older by the end of October, if possible.

  • Prompt treatment with antiviral drugs(https://www.cdc.gov/flu/antivirals/whatyoushould.htm) for people who are very sick or people who are sick & at high risk of flu complications.(immuno-compromised, children, elderly, diabetes, smoker, etc

  • RSV bronchiolitis

  • Almost all children will be infected with RSV by their second birthday.

  • RSV usually causes mild respiratory illness, but it can be serious, especially in infants and older adults.

  • RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in children younger than 1 year of age.

  • In the U.S., RSV infections generally occur during fall, winter, and spring.

Narcotic Abuse from CDC

  • In 2016, 48.5 million Americans used illicit drugs or misused narcotic prescription drugs

  • Around 66% of the more than 63,000 drug overdose deaths in 2016 involved a prescription or illicit opioids