Office Visit - What to Expect

New Patient Office Visit

If you have not yet scheduled an appointment, please call Summit Orthopedic Specialists at (916) 965-4000.

  • How do I register for my appointment?

    • You may register with our Patient Care Coordinator when you arrive for your scheduled appointment.
      • You should arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time if you plan to complete the registration process in office.
  • What should I bring to my appointment?
    • Your health insurance card(s)
    • A referral from your primary care physician if applicable
    • Your co-payment
    • A list of your current medications
    • A copy of your x-rays, MRI, blood tests or any other diagnostic testing you have completed regarding the condition for which you will be treated.
    • A pair of shorts if you will be evaluated for a knee or hip condition
    • Our female patients are encouraged to bring a tank top if you are going to be evaluated for a shoulder injury/condition.
    • If you are a minor (under the age of 18) you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
    • Bring a translator if needed
  • What can I expect during my exam?
    • You will be escorted to an exam room by one of our medical assistants
    • Your medical history will be reviewed
    • We will take a picture of you for your chart (optional)
    • You will be required to change into a pair of shorts or an exam gown if applicable.
    • You may be required to have x-rays taken within our office
    • You will be examined by a physician or physician assistant where your course of treatment will be discussed.
  • What do I do after my exam?
    • Check out with one of our Patient Care Coordinators, who are located at the front desk, and schedule a follow up appointment
    • If you were given any paper work by the physician or physician assistant (ex: prescription for physical therapy), please give these to the Patient Care Coordinators for review
    • If diagnostic testing (ex:  MRI) was recommended, a medical assistant will contact you within 48 hours to schedule the test.
    • If surgery was recommended, please click here to read important documents.

Established Patient Office Visit

  • What to expect during my exam?
    • You will be escorted to an exam room by one of our medical assistants
    • You will be required to change into a pair of shorts or an exam gown if applicable.
    • You may be required to have x-rays taken within our office
    • You will be examined by a physician or physician assistant where your course of treatment will be discussed.
  • What do I do after my exam?
    • Check out with one of our Patient Care Coordinators, who are located at the front desk, and schedule a follow up appointment
    • If you were given any paper work by the physician or physician assistant (ex: prescription for physical therapy), please give these to the Patient Care Coordinators for review
    • If diagnostic testing (ex:  MRI) was recommended, a medical assistant will contact you within 48 hours to schedule the test.
    • If surgery was recommended, please click here to read important documents.

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Providers

Hunter S. Greene, M.D. :: Paul M. Sasaura, M.D. :: Robert L. Cameto, M.D. :: Scott Fujii, M.D.  
Erin Audrain, PA-C, MPAS :: Cristina Evans, PA-C :: Michael S. Denton, MPT, PA-C
Chad Spears, PA-C :: Chad York, PA-C :: Michelle Nevil, PA-C

Summit Orthopedic Specialists

Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Serving Sacramento, Carmichael, Lincoln, Auburn, Cameron Park, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Orangevale, Rancho Cordova, Rocklin, and the surrounding areas.

SOS Carmichael | 6403 Coyle Avenue - Suite 170 | Carmichael, CA 95608 | Tel. 916-965-4000

SOS Orthopedic Urgent Care | 6403 Coyle Avenue - Suite 170 | Carmichael, CA 95608 | Tel. 916-965-4000

SOS Grass Valley | 150 Glasson Way - Suite 150B | Grass Valley, CA 95945 | Tel. 530-272-7593

www.mysummitortho.com