Urgent Walk-in Orthopedic Care at Fort Mill Location
Urgent Times Call For Urgent Care
In order to relieve the ER/Urgent Care staff and resources, SpecOrtho is now welcoming walk-in patients with urgent musculoskeletal injuries at our Fort Mill location. Our doctor will see all orthopaedic injuries outside of the back and neck during normal business hours. In order to maintain a safe environment for all, our facility is being cleaned and sanitized regularly and following strict CDC guidelines. Those individuals that are currently sick or have recently been exposed to COVID-19, should go directly to the local Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center for any immediate orthopaedic needs. For appointments or more information, please contact us at (803) 548-6464.
In an effort to comply with CDC recommendations and help keep our patients and staff safe from illness, we are asking all our patients and visitors to follow the guidelines below:
If you or someone you have been in contact with has experienced fever, chills, cough, shortness or breath, sneezing or runny nose, please call the office to reschedule your appointment (803-548-6464).
- Our patients’ health is of utmost importance to us at SpecOrtho. Masks are not required for fully vaccinated individuals. However, it is your choice to wear a mask or not.
- Patients who have not been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 are asked to continue wearing a mask while in the office.
- Please ensure that the patient is accompanied by no more than one person to minimize overcrowding and exposure to germs.
- Upon arrival to SpecOrtho, existing patients who choose to do so may check in from their vehicles by calling our front desk at 803-548-6464. New patients may register via our patient portal and come in 15 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment time. If you have not registered on the patient portal, we kindly request you arrive 30 minutes before your appointment in order to complete the registration paperwork. We will call or text you to let you know when your exam room is available.
We will continue to monitor the current situation closely and will update protective measures and process accordingly. We appreciate your understanding and support to minimize exposure to other patients.