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Primary physician or health care provider
Save time by completing your forms before your visit. Please print out our patient form packet below.
NOTE: Please do not mail your paperwork, bring it with you to your appointment.
Complete all appropriate forms for the physician you will be seeing before your visit, if possible.
Please bring the following items to every visit:
NOTE: If this is your first visit with us, please review the New Patient information to be better prepared for your visit.
Help your physician diagnose and treat your condition by being prepared to answer the following questions:
Please arrive for your scheduled appointment on time. We recommend that new patients arrive 20 minutes early to fill out any necessary paperwork. Patients who arrive more than 15 minutes after their scheduled time may need to be rescheduled.
All of our physicians and therapist at Mississippi Sports Medicine believe strongly in the importance of every patient keeping their appointments. When patients fail to keep their scheduled appointment, they miss out on crucial medical information regarding their recovery. Unfortunately, our clinic has experienced an increased number of No-Show appointments. Therefore, we have had to institute a policy of billing patients for their missed appointments.
**If a patient is a no show 3 times, they may be discharged from our practice**
To avoid delays for all patients undergoing an X-ray or MRI, the department aims to reduce the number of patients who need to undress for their X-ray. Refer to our advice sheet that has been developed to provide guidance on what to wear when attending your appointment. Click here to view full advice sheet.
Also, as a helpful guide to prepare for your upcoming MRI, we have developed a reference sheet listing MRI Clothing Guidelines. Please refer to this document for approved clothing, clothing that is NOT recommended, prohibited clothing brands, and other reported MRI clothing incidents to be aware of. Click here to view full reference document.
Please call your pharmacy to renew your prescription. They will contact your physician for any necessary information. Please allow at least 24 to 48 hours to accommodate your request, as each request has to be approved by a physician and all physicians are not in the clinic every day.
If your prescription is running low, please do not wait until the weekend or until your medication has completely run out. If you are planning to travel out of town, please make sure you have enough medication to take on your trip.
From the essential care coordination and correspondence processing to the seamless communication of patient needs and authorization requests, our Workers’ Compensation Navigator will ensure your employees receive the focused attention they deserve.
Our physicians are experienced in working with risk managers and human resource professionals from local businesses of all sizes and types. We continuously monitor worker’s compensation cases for employees and provide concise reports. For immediate reporting purposes, electronic transmission of medical records and reports are available.
For information on your client’s case, please contact our Worker’s Compensation Coordinator, Nancy Germany at 601.354.4488 ext. 313 or 800.624.9168.
An orthopaedic surgeon is a surgeon who has been educated and trained in the diagnosis and preoperative, operative, and postoperative treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.
Orthopaedic surgeons specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury to the human body. They focus on all the components that make up the musculoskeletal system. This is an elaborate system that incorporates every joint, bone, tendon, ligament, nerve and muscle in the body. Patients that would consult with an orthopaedic surgeon include those with arthritis or tendon damage to patients with spinal injuries.
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