ABOUT

Sonoran Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons is an Orthopedic Surgery practice dedicated solely to the treatment of complex fractures. All of our surgeons are fellowship trained in orthopedic trauma. We were all trained at the leading orthopedic residencies and trauma fellowships in the United States, and we all have completed international fellowships as well. We attend and lecture at both local and national meetings and courses related to orthopedic trauma, and we actively publish scientific and educational literature in our specialty.

Trauma is a life changing event that is devastating for the individual and for society. We are passionate about our role in the management of the traumatized patient. If you or a loved one has suffered a major orthopedic trauma, please call our office to arrange a transfer to our facility or for a consultation if you are an outpatient. 

We firmly believe that orthopedic trauma is a sub-specialty that requires expertise and dedication to manage complex injuries of the Clavicle, Shoulder, Humerus (Upper Arm), Ulna (Lower Arm), Radius (Lower Arm), Pelvis, Hip, Femur (Upper Leg), Fibula (Lower Leg), Tibia (Lower Leg), Knee, Wrist, Ankle and Foot. It is our objective to establish a world class center for excellence here in Scottsdale and the Phoenix metro area; our staff is proud to serve the Arizona public.

 

POLICIES

Our providers are contracted with Medicare, Health Net, select Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) and select United Healthcare (UHC) plans. We are currently not contracted with any other private health insurance companies. If you see us in consultation, you will be expected to pay for your visit (unless you have a workers’ compensation claim) and it will be your responsibility to seek reimbursement from your carrier. If you are seen in the hospital as an emergency, we will provide you with services, but you will be expected to help facilitate payment by your carrier. SOTS will bill your insurance company as a courtesy but patients will likely have to facilitate the process with their carrier.  For further clarification, please call our office at (480) 874-2040.

We recommend paying your balance in full within 60 days to avoid penalties or collections. Most insurance plans have provisions for out of network services in emergency scenarios. If you receive a check from your insurance company as payment for our services, you should endorse it to our practice immediately. We accept Visa and MasterCard as well.  Please do not hesitate to contact us, our team of Billing Representatives are here to answer any questions you might have.

Note:  At this moment in time Dr. Anthony Rhorer is not accepting new Medicare patients.

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