Patient Resources

Self-Service

Online Forms

To help ensure that your visit is as time efficient as possible, contact our office about using the Patient Portal to complete your forms online before your visit. Also, be sure to bring your insurance cards, driver's license or photo ID, and a list of your medications with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Address is 121 North 20th Street, Building 3A, Opelika, AL 36801.

Call us at (334) 745-6271 or view our Contact Us page for directions and fax numbers.

Please be sure to bring your insurance cards, driver’s license, and a list of any medications that you currently take to every visit. Also, please bring any reports or x-ray films that you have had recently.

Co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles are due at check-in. We will file your insurance claim to your insurance company and bill you for any balances due either by email or by mail.

We accept cash, checks, debit cards, Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover Cards. Payments can be made in person, by phone or through our payment portal. You may also use the link to www.carecredit.com or contact our business office for details on applying for CareCredit to assist you in financing your balance due.

We do ask that all new patients be referred from a practicing physician or nurse practitioner; however, patients with an obvious surgical problem may be seen without a referring physician.

Our office hours are 8:30AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, we are open 8:30AM to 3:00PM. Each doctor has his own scheduled days during the week to be in clinic, as he performs surgery around his clinic times. We have a 24-hour answering service for after-hour calls. One of our nurses will always be available to return your call.

Parking is available in front of our office or anywhere in the medical park parking lot.

Either call our clinic to request any refills needed or ask your pharmacist to call or fax our office with the request. We ask that refills and pain prescriptions be obtained during regular office hours. Note: Narcotics refills request must be picked in the office according to Federal Law 10/1/2014.

Our clinic will assist you in pre-certification of your surgical procedure with your insurance company. The patient and/or policyholder will need to verify their benefits, that their procedure is performed in an “in-network” facility, and that all managed care restrictions are followed.

Currently, we are participating with Medicare, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Aetna, United Healthcare, TriCare, and many others. Please check with our office and/or your insurance company to verify that benefits will be paid as an "in-network" provider. Our business office is available to assist you in this regard.

Once a decision to schedule surgery is made with your doctor, you will be assisted by our scheduling nurse. She will make your reservations with the hospital, schedule with the operating room and anesthesia, and make any necessary appointments for preoperative lab work or consultations with other physicians involved. You will be given information that you will need to take to the surgery appointment. You will also receive information about any surgical preps that you will need.

You will need to contact our scheduling department to change or cancel any reservations that have been made on your behalf. You may also contact them if you have any questions regarding the information given to you.

You will need to sign a medical records release form stating the dates of service that you need released, as well as the name and address of where the records should be sent or faxed.

Call Toll-Free at (800) 499-6769