Patient Forms

To simplify the check in process at your initial appointment, please print and complete the appropriate forms and bring them to your first appointment.

Forms should be printed in single-sided format only.
If you are unable to print the forms please contact our office and a copy can be mailed to you.
OAA Orthopaedic Specialists must receive permission from a child’s parent or legal guardian before providing treatments for an injury or illness that is non-life threatening. This form gives us legal permission to treat your child in case you cannot accompany him/her to the office for treatment.  If the party accompanying your child (baby-sitter, friend, relative, etc.) does not present this information, the clinic will attempt to contact you to request permission to treat your child.
The OAA Patient Request for Confidential Information (HIPAA) form serves as a request for confidential communication of one’s protected health information (PHI). Please complete this form only after reading the HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practice for OAA Orthopaedic Specialists This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
This form enables you to retrieve copies of your medical records if necessary. Please read each description carefully to be sure you are accessing the appropriate form. You may print, complete, and return the appropriate form via either:
  • U.S. Mail: 250 Cetronia Road, Allentown, PA 18104, Attn: Medical Records
  • Fax: 866.644.0894
  • Drop-Off: OAA Check-in Desk, 250 Cetronia Road, 2nd Floor

Note: All records requests will take approximately 5 business days to process

Wonderful care and thoughtfulness

I cannot thank you enough for the wonderful care and thoughtfulness from you and your staff. I suffered for many years with hip pain. It has been 6 months since my hip replacement and I feel like a new woman. No more limping or not being able to keep up. You have given me my life back. My family and I are truly grateful.

– Kathleen Savage