Forms & Policies
Thank you for choosing Texas Orthopedics for your orthopedic care. Below are forms and information to assist you with your appointment and interaction with our team.
At Texas Orthopedics, our goal is to provide our patients with the best experience possible when interacting with our practice. Our patient portal allows you to communicate with us online, securely and conveniently.
- Request medical records
- Securely communicate with your provider
- View your health information
- Pay your bill
Simply let one of our staff members know that you would like to sign up for an account to get anytime, anywhere access to all of the above – and more! It’s an easy way to stay connected and communicate with us about your healthcare.
New Patient Forms
Once you have made your initial appointment, we encourage you to download and complete the patient history and intake form prior to your first visit and bring it with you.
If you choose to complete them in our office, you will need to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
If the patient is a minor and needs to be seen without a parent or guardian, you must complete the “Authorization to Treat a Minor” form.
- New Patient Forms
- Authorization to Treat a Minor
- Established Patient, New Problem History & Intake Form
If you require a copy of your medical record or require the completion of a Disability/FMLA Form, please complete the associated form (links to forms provided below). Be advised that requests for medical records and requests to complete a disability form require separate authorization forms.
For any additional questions, please contact our Release of Information department at (512) 439-1000, option 2, then option 1.
If you require expedited copies of records for Continuation of Care purposes, your medical care provider may request records directly from our offices via phone at (512) 439-1000, option 2, then option 1.
Authorization to Release Medical Records
- From Texas Orthopedics to another health care provider or self.
- To Texas Orthopedics from your health care provider.
- Request for Disability/FLMA form.
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