On the Day of the Appointment, please bring:
Yes. The physician will want to review your X-rays. Your X-rays may need to be repeated in our office if necessary.
You need to contact the office where you received treatment and ask for a copy of all medical records that pertain to your orthopaedic concern. You can hand-carry them to your appointment or ask the office to fax them to our office prior to your visit.
A formal release must be signed by the patient or guardian before any records can be released. This form should state what records are requested and where the records should be sent. Medical records requests are normally filled within seven to ten business days.
All minors are required to have a parent or legal guardian at their first visit. A parent may sign our minor release form that states a minor may be seen in our office without a parent for follow-up visits only.
Patients’ are responsible for obtaining a copy of their MRI from the facility where it was performed.
Wheelchairs are available at all locations.
A copayment is a fixed amount determined by your insurance carrier. The co-payment is required at time of service. The amount of your co-payment may vary depending on the type of service you receive.
A provider from Orthopaedic Specialty Group is “on call” for emergencies after hours. If you have an emergency, please call (203) 337-2600. The answering service will deliver your message to the covering provider who will return your call.
You may request a medication refill:
Medications will not be refilled at night and on weekends.