What should I bring
to my appointment at The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction?
- Insurance card or workers compensation information
- New Patient Packet (office will mail to you upon scheduling
an appointment if you are a new patient)
- Previous related medical records (if you are a new patient)
or a Medical Records Release Letter (if you are a previous patient
of Dr. Myerson’s from Union Memorial)
- Cash to utilize parking services
- Cash, check, credit or debit card to pay your co-pay. The Institute
for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction accepts Visa, Mastercard, American
Express and Discover.
How do I get
to the Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction?
See Driving Directions
Where should I
See Parking Information
Does The Institute
for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy accept my insurance?
Please call your provider to confirm that your physician participates with your plan.
Comp is paying for the medical bills associated with my injury.
What information do I need to provide The Institute for Foot and
Ankle Reconstruction with prior to my appointment?
- The adjuster’s name, phone and company name
- The claim number
- The date of injury
received two bills—one for the physician and one for the facility—for
my appointment. Why?
Some patients may receive two bills for their appointment, one for
the physician and one for the facility. The Institute for Foot and
Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy offers convenient, onsite ancillary
services, preventing patients from having to go off-site for various
tests, examinations and procedures. Patients who see the physician
and receive additional ancillary services, such as x-rays and casting,
will receive two separate bills to reflect charges for both the
physician visit and use of ancillary services.
I am from out
of town and will need to stay in a hotel. Are there any hotels offering
special rates to patients of The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction?
See Hotel Accommodations.
Does The Institute
for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction have a toll-free number for long
Yes. That number is 1-866-540-3338.
have x-rays to bring to my appointment…what should I do?
If you do not have x-rays to bring to your appointment, don’t
worry. The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction has convenient
onsite x-ray services and can take an x-ray during your appointment.
I need to be fitted
for an orthotic, brace or boot. Where should I go?
The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction has onsite services
for orthotic, brace and boot fittings. For more information call
our main number (410-659-2800) and ask to be connected to D&J Medical.
I am scheduled
for surgery at Mercy. What do I need to know in order to prepare?
Please consult your surgery packet and see the Preparing for Surgery
What can I expect
after my surgery?
After surgery your doctor will give you a post-operative protocol,
which will outline the recovery process for the specific procedure
that has been performed.