In order to expedite your appointment, we have provided our New Patient Paperwork for you online. Simply pick your provider, print and complete the attached pages, and bring it into your appointment. We also ask that you please bring in photo identification and a copy of your most updated insurance card. If you have any x-rays that were taken at an outside facility, please bring the CD to your appointment. We are able to view films online through the PACS from the following locations: ADC (Austin Diagnostic Clinic), ARA (Austin Radiological Association), ARC (Austin Regional Clinic), Seton facilities, CPRMC (Cedar Park Regional Medical Center), River Ranch Radiology, and 5 Star ER.
*If you are seen over at the Marney Paul Specialty Care Center and have questions regarding scheduling or changing an appointment, please call 512-324-0137.
Dr. Shapiro – Download PDF
Dr. Williams – Download PDF
Dr. Kahn – Download PDF
Dr. Dehne* – Download PDF
Dr. Sargent – Download PDF
Dr. Murdock – Download PDF
Dr. Gottschalk* – Download PDF
Dr. Ellington – Download PDF
Dr. Kaufman – Download PDF
*For adult patients seeing Dr. Dehne or Dr. Gottschalk – Download PDF
In the event that the legal guardian WILL NOT be able to accompany the patient to the appointment, the consent to treat form must be filled out and signed by the legal guardian. We will be unable to treat the patient without this consent. In addition, all patients must be accompanied by an adult if they are under the age of 18. (Physical therapy patients may be seen at 16, with parent’s permission).
This form is necessary for patients that are over 18 years old to allow us to communicate with their parents or other caregivers about the patient’s medical treatment and history.
*If you are seen over at the Marnie Paul Specialty Care Center and have questions regarding scheduling or changing an appointment, please call 512-324-0137.
2016 Pediatric Orthopedic Symposium
Best Foot Forward: intoeing and flatfeet – Download PDF
Pediatric Trauma: Dell Children’s Role in the Community – Download PDF
“It’s Just a Jam”: A breakdown of upper extremity injuries – Download PDF
“No Sweat: Returning to Sports After an Injury – Download PDF
Anesthesia and The Newborn Brain – Download PDF
Back Pain in the Pediatric & Adolescent Population – Download PDF
Hidden Injury: PTSD in Kids – Download PDF
Pediatric Trauma Imaging The Nasty Bits – Download PDF
Pediatric and Adolescent Knee Issues – Download PDF
Sprains, Strains & Salter-Harris Fractures – Download PDF
Medical Evaluation of Abusive Bruising – Download PDF
Osteomyelitis: “Bad to the Bone” – Download PDF