Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take my insurance?
Midland Orthopedic Associates is enrolled with all major insurance plans.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
You should bring a photo ID, a copy of your insurance card, a referral if needed with your insurance, a copy of your current medications, and a copy of any tests that you have had ie Xrays, MRI, CTScan. Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to allow time to complete paper work if you have not already done so online.
Do you have Spanish or Polish interpreters available?
Yes, interpreters for both languages are available.
Do you have weekend or evening hours?
Midland Orthopedic Associates does have some early evening hours, but does not have weekend hours available.
Do you have parking available?
Yes, all of Midland Orthopedic Associate’s offices have easily accessible free parking available.
Do you do minimally invasive surgery?
Yes, the Physicians at Midland Orthopedic Associates do minimally invasive surgery.
What time will my surgery be?
The hospital will contact you the day before surgery after 2 pm with the scheduled time. Due to unexpected emergencies, your surgery time may not be the exact time you were given. You will be notified as soon as possible concerning any delays or changes.
When will I get a call for pretesting?
You will receive a call to arrange your testing from the hospital 5-10 days before your surgery. Please make sure our office has your current and best phone number where you can be reached.