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BEFORE YOUR VISIT

SCHEDULING & APPOINTMENTS

We accept walk-in patients but encourage making an appointment. Your appointment length will vary depending on treatment needs and scope of services being provided to you that day, as well as the number of patients needing care.

To Schedule an appointment, you can do any of the following:

CALL

661.281.2127
661.497.2897

TEXT

661.497.2897

EMAIL

BOOK ONLINE

bpocusa.com/appointment

If you cannot make your appointment or have missed a scheduled appointment, please call us as soon as possible to reschedule.

NOTE: Please  arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time to help shorten wait times. Thank you :)

A PRESCRIPTION  FROM YOUR DOCTOR IS REQUIRED

BPOC requires a prescription or referral from your physician in order to receive any orthotic/prosthetic device. This is to ensure medical appropriateness of the device and ensure patient safety.  Although our clinicians are experts in O&P, and  we offer services to conservatively treat applicable diagnoses, we are unable to assign diagnoses to  patients.

 

Don't have a referral yet? Don't worry, schedule a consultation!    Give us a call at (661) 281-2127  to schedule a free assessment with a clinician. You will be guided to discuss possible orthotic solutions with your treating physician.

Please be aware, some insurances may take between 10-15 business days to process an authorization for any orthotic or prosthetic devices.

WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR APPOINTMENT

If you are a new patient or if it has been over a year since your last appointment with BPOC, pre-registration is required. You must bring the following items to receive services/products, without any of these items, we will not be able to help you.

  • Current insurance cards

  • Photo ID

  • Physician’s prescription 

  • Medical Records pertaining to your prescription or order

  • Authorization Approval: based on your insurance criteria, this may not apply to all patients.

  • Worker’s Compensation cases: bring case manager contact information, workers comp number & DOI (date of injury).

  • A valid form of payment - cash, check, or a major credit card (VISA, Mastercard, AMEX, & Discover accepted).

    • A 3% transaction fee will be applied to all debit and credit card transactions.

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