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Insurance & Billing Info

Proliance Orthopedic Associates encourages patients to contact their insurance provider directly to confirm benefits and coverage, including anesthesia coverage for any surgical procedure. POA will bill your insurance provider for any services. Patients are responsible for any unpaid portion of a bill.

Pre-payment is required for elective surgical procedures. The POA authorization department will contact your insurance provider to obtain authorization for any surgical procedure. Benefits quoted by your insurance provider are used, along with Proliance Surgeons, Inc. fees, to estimate a total cost. POA is a service of Proliance Surgeons, Inc. The estimate generally includes the services of:

  • Your orthopedic physician
  • An assistant if one is needed
  • The facility (POA Ambulatory Surgery Center)

The estimate does not include anesthesia fees for surgery, or hospital costs if the surgery takes place at Valley Medical Center rather than POA Ambulatory Surgery Center.

One-third of the total cost is due prior to scheduling your surgery. The remaining balance is due within 60 days of surgery. If this is not possible, payments can be arranged for the remaining balance.

If you do not have insurance, a five percent discount will be applied and a financial agreement will need to be signed.

Please contact the POA financial (bookkeeping) department with any questions at 425-291-1414.

LOCATIONS

RENTON

4011 Talbot Rd S #300
Renton, WA 98055

Phone: 425.656.5060
Fax: 425.656.5047

COVINGTON

27005 168th Pl SE #201
Covington, WA 98042

Phone: 253.630.3660
Fax: 253.631.1591

Maple Valley

24060 SE Kent Kangley Rd,
Maple Valley, WA 98038

Phone: 425.358.7708
Fax: 425.656.5047

Latest POA News

  • POA’s Athlete Comeback of the Month: Mercy

    Mercy Nelson is a 17-year-old athlete who was sidelined for over a year with a knee injury and battled her way back to become a first team all-league basketball athlete and a second team all-league volleyball player for Rainier Christian High School. Her incredible story makes her the star of this month’s athlete comeback blog! …

  • Finding Success as Women in Orthopedics

    If it seems like men dominate the orthopedic surgery field, you aren’t imagining things. In fact, approximately only 4% of orthopedists are women and the ongoing gender disparity in orthopedic surgery is rooted in reasons that range from misunderstandings to completely false data. One stereotype that deters women from going into orthopedic surgery is the …

  • POA’s Athlete Comeback of the Month: Riley

    Riley is now completely healed and experiencing very few problems with her knee, and like a true comeback story, she experienced the best season in her athletic career after her injury. If you’re in pain and want to get back to your active lifestyle, contact us at 425.656.5060 to schedule an appointment with our orthopedic doctors.

Dr. Barrett's Blog

  • Complications Related to Obesity in Total Knee Replacements

    In an article published in the May 2017 edition of Journal of Arthroplasty, authors Fehring, et al, describe their experience with total knee tibial component loosening in obese individuals. What they found is that patients with a BMI greater than 35 placed increased strain on the bone in the proximal or top part of the …

  • Free Hip and Knee Replacement Seminar, May 11

    Questions about hip or knee pain and what your options are? We’re excited to invite you to Dr. William Barrett’s free hip and knee replacement seminar on May 11th at 6 PM in the Medical Arts Center. Learn more about the benefits of joint replacement surgery and how it can help return you to an active, pain-free life. Dr. William Barrett is …

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    In a study by Tischler, et al, from the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, patients who were active smokers were found to have a significantly increased risk for infectious complications following hip and knee replacement surgery. In this study, published in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery on February 15, 2017, the researchers looked at …