Face masks are optional in our facilities. Providers, staff, patients, and visitors are no longer required to wear a face masks.
Anyone may choose to mask at their discretion. Masks will be available for those who choose to mask. Patients may request that their care team members mask during face-to-face encounters.
We will continue to monitor any changes in impact that COVID-19 is having on our community and will adjust our policies and procedures, if needed, to keep everyone safe.
Our orthopedic physicians perform surgical procedures at our Ambulatory Surgery Center, Maine Medical Scarborough Surgery Center, Northern Light Mercy Hospital, and Stephens Memorial Hospital.
Spectrum Orthopaedics works with many insurance plans. Check our website for an updated listing of the insurances we accept.
Our OrthoAccess Orthopaedic Walk-In Clinic provides access to orthopedic walk-in care, without an appointment. OrthoAccess offers immediate assessment and treatment of sprains, strains, minor fractures, dislocations, and other sports and activity-related injuries.
Yes, our physical and occupational therapists work with patients who are referred by physicians outside of Spectrum Orthopaedics.
Yes, appointments are required to be seen by one of our physical or occupational therapists.
Please check with your physician to ask if they are currently providing telehealth appointments.
Our OrthoAccess Orthopedic Walk-In Clinic offers immediate assessment and treatment of sprains, strains, minor fractures, dislocations, and other sports and activity-related injuries. Learn more.