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Coronavirus Patient Safety Updates & Telehealth Information

Thank you for your support of Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine as we continue to navigate through COVID-19. Our number one priority is to protect the health and safety of our patients, employees and physicians.

Beacon Orthopaedics has full-time hours at all 25 of our locations.

Our walk-in Orthopedic Urgent Cares are open as well. Additionally, we are offering same-day appointments. Simply call 513-354-3700 or schedule online. We can usually get you in the same day or within 48 hours.

Insurance Coverage

Medicare, Anthem, Aetna, Cigna and United Healthcare have all expanded coverage for Telehealth visits during COVID-19

Our offices also remains open to accommodate patients who prefer in-person orthopedic evaluation and treatment.

Physical Therapy Telehealth Services

Our physical therapy telehealth service provides live access to a physical therapist via a camera-enabled tablet, smart phone or computer. Telehealth or video visits are available for existing physical therapy patients and can be accessed through our secure portal (links below). Telehealth is available by appointment only Monday thru Friday 8am until 7pm.

Telehealth Link for Summit Woods & Miamisburg Physical Therapy Patients. To schedule call 513-389-3666.

Telehealth Link for Beacon West and Northern Kentucky Physical Therapy Patients. To schedule call 513-354-7777.

Enhanced Health & Safety Protocols

Beacon Orthopaedics has full-time hours at all 25 of our locations.

  • All patients, visitors, and Beacon employees will continue to be required to wear masks in a patient care setting. A patient care setting is defined as a work area where there is direct interaction with a patient or visitor.
  • Social distancing will no longer be required at any Beacon facilities. Waiting rooms should be opened to full capacity.
  • Visitors may accompany patients as previously allowed prior to COVID.

Beacon remains committed to the safety of our patients and employees. We are optimistic that as infection rates improve, we will be in position to lift the mask requirement in the near future.