Another new business at the former Wichita Mall where Foggy Bottom is moving is My Sacred Home.
There are several facets of the business, which serves people with congestive heart failure.
Jannifer Terry, who started the business in 2009, says her agency offers private duty nursing, cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation and an intravenous infusion therapy clinic.
“All of that is based on taking care of the congestive heart failure patients,” she says.
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Previously, the business was on the west side.
“Now we’re right across from St. Joe hospital,” Terry says of the new space at 4301 E. Harry . She says that means “better convenience for the patient.”
My Sacred Home moved into 5,200 square feet in April and will take another almost 5,000 square feet in the next couple of weeks.
Terry also has retail products associated with the Perfect Protein Diet that she’ll sell in the Dragon’s Lair at Foggy Bottom gift shop.
She says she’s partnering with Relive Rehab Group on the infusion clinic. For now she’s offering those services in her initial smaller space.
“It’s a smaller version,” she says.
When it opens in a couple of weeks, Terry says the larger clinic will be called My Sacred Heart.
“Hopefully in the next two weeks, we’ll get that open.”
Terry’s sister, Foggy Bottom manager Laura Terry, also has a nail salon in the My Sacred Home space for now.
SnapDragon Salon offers manicures, pedicures and diabetic foot care.
When Foggy Bottom moves to the property in August, the salon will move next door, and Jannifer Terry says she’ll continue to refer patients there.