Making an Appointment
To make an appointment, please call 316-631-1600. Or you may use our web-based appointment request form here.
Our appointment desk is open from 8 am until 5 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8 am until 1 pm on Friday. Each doctor has office hours at certain times during the week. Our appointment staff will help you choose the most convenient time for you.
Be sure to confirm which location you are scheduled at. AOA has offices in East-Wichita, West-Wichita, and Wellington.
You may request a specific doctor. If you have no preference, please explain the nature of your problem. Each of our doctors has an orthopedic sub-specialty. Your visit is important to us and we want the best match for your needs. Subsequent appointments are made with the same doctor to provide the best possible continuity of care.
What To Expect At Your Appointment
Please bring your insurance card, photo ID and any x-rays or other relevant medical reports to your visit.
Most HMO’s and managed care plans require a referral before we can see you. Check with your insurance and primary care doctor if you are unsure about your referral and what will be covered.
A copy of our Privacy Notice and Financial Policy will bee given to you at your appointment. Please be aware of your insurance co-pay, deductible and referral requirements. Payment is required if you have an unmet deductible >$1,000.
Please arrive approximately 20 minutes early for your visit in order to complete patient information forms. These forms are also available in our Forms Menu to print and fill out beforehand. Please bring these forms to your visit if printed and completed at home.You may also use our Patient Portal to complete medical history on-line through our secure network. Please allow approximately 1-2 hours for your appointment. Depending on your specific needs we may take X-rays, MRI’s, fit custom bracing or apply a cast or splint. We do value your time and do our best to run on time. There are occasions when we run late. We thank you for your patience.
We are committed to furthering surgical education. As part of our involvement, we occasionally have orthopedic residents, fellowship residents, or other advanced medical students working with our surgeons in the office.
Our doctors can always be contacted by calling our main number, (316) 631-1600. If your emergency is after standard office hours, the doctor on call will be immediately notified.
Contacting your Physician
If you have a medical question or need a prescription refill, please call our main number, (316) 631-1600 and ask for your doctor’s nurse or medical assistant. Our highly trained clinic staff will answer your questions and concerns.