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Appointment Information

Thanks for choosing Southeast Orthopedic Specialists. We can assure you that you will receive the best in orthopedic care. If you are not sure which doctor you would like to see please refer to our physician profiles or one of our friendly appointment specialists will assist you.

When calling to make your first appointment please have the following information on hand:

  • All Insurance cards, primary and secondary
  • Your Social Security Number and the policyholder’s number (if applicable)
  • The name and number of your primary care doctor, if you have one
  • The name and number of the referring doctor

For your convenience, New Patient Registration Forms are available for download so that you may print out and complete them prior to your visit.

Please click here for forms

Patients who are new to our offices must call to make their first appointment, however established patients may choose to make an appointment request online:

Request an Appointment Online

Please call the office to make an appointment in advance. In the event that you can not reach an appointment specialist, please leave a message and we will try our best to contact you within one business hour.

If you cannot make your appointment please call and reschedule within twenty-four hours of scheduled appointment to allow other patients to be served. We make a sincere effort to adhere to our appointment schedule and appreciate your patience if we are late due to emergencies or hospital surgery. There will be a no-show fee for those who do not give prior cancelation notice.

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John Redmond, MD

Joint Replacement & Hip Preservation Specialist

Southeast Orthopedic Specialist is proud to introduce the newest member to our team, Dr. John Redmond. Dr. Redmond is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School. He then completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic...

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