ALL LOCATIONS NOW OPEN! To help protect our patients and staff from COVID-19, please review our visitor restrictions and expectations. LEARN MORE
ALL patients are REQUIRED to wear a mask to their upcoming appointment. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
At OrthoIndy, we are committed to the health and wellbeing of our patients, employees and community. As an organization, we are staying on top of the latest updates on COVID-19 and recommendations directed from the CDC and State Department of Health.
Effective May 11th: All locations are open! Thank you for your patience.
All patients are REQUIRED to wear a mask when visiting one of our OrthoIndy or OrthoIndy Hospital locations. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding to help keep others safe.
Visitor restrictions are in place to help the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses.
One parent or guardian for those patients under the age of 18. (It must be the same person. The visitor may not swap out with others.)
Nurse case managers with patients. (Nurse case manager must supply their own PPE.)
No one with any symptoms of an illness, including those for COVID-19, will be allowed to visit any of our facilities.
If you are showing any symptoms of illness, including COVID-19, please reschedule your appointment.
If you recently had surgery and are experiencing a complication, please call our office immediately at 317.802.2000.
There will be a screening process upon arrival where a member of our team will check your temperature and ask you a few questions.
OrthoIndy is following guidelines from the CDC and Governor:
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus that had not been previously identified in humans. The virus causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as a cough, fever and in more severe cases, pneumonia. You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently and avoiding touching your face.
If you are scheduled for an appointment and are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please reschedule your appointment:
Symptoms and Testing
How it Spreads
How to Protect Yourself