We are currently accepting new patients.
Here you will find new patient paperwork that can be printed for you to fill out and bring to your first appointment, as well as our office policies. As always, if you have any questions feel free to call the office and one of our friendly staff members will be more than happy to assist you.
Thank you for choosing Dr. David R. Levitsky, Clinton Foot and Ankle Clinic. For your convenience on the right hand side of this page you will find the new patient paperwork packet. Please print & fill this out completely and bring along with your photo ID, Insurance cards and a form of payment to your first appointment.
No Show & Late Fees
We understand that emergencies happen. However, when a patient cancels an appointment without enough notice or does not show up this does not allow us enough time to accommodate our other patients. We ask that you please call 48 hours in advance to cancel your appointment. You may leave a message on the answering machine if you are unable to contact us during office hours. There is a $25 fee for all no call/no show visits. If you are a new patient or a patient who hasn’t been seen in over two years the no call/no show fee is $50. This fee is required to be paid before rescheduling another appointment. Any surgery cancelled for any reason other than death or natural disaster will result in a $250.00 charge that must be paid before you will be rescheduled. These fees will be charged to the patient, because it is not covered by insurance.
Your health and safety is our number one concern. Due to Covid-19 you will be required to wear a mask before entering the building. We are limiting the amount of people allowed in the waiting room so please do not bring unnecessary people with you.
Each exam room as well as x-ray is sanitized between every patient. The lobby and other common areas are cleaned and sanitized multiple times a day. Touch free- Hand sanitizer is available for patient use at the check in counter. All staff have been vaccinated for Covid-19 and continue to practice universal precautions including frequent hand washing, mask and glove wearing.