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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are offering reserved Walk-In Clinic spots between 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM, Monday - Thursday. Please contact our Receptionist at 1-913-364-1314, Option #1 before coming to The Foot Clinic.

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What Is Walk-In Clinic?

FAQ

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WALK-IN CLINIC VS AN APPOINTMENT?
Walk-In Clinic is for ACTIVE acute foot and/or ankle symptoms. If you are not experiencing current serious symptoms, an appointment may be more appropriate.

Walk-In Clinic is not to be used to substitute follow-up appointments that are already scheduled. Non-urgent issues such as nail fungus, callus shaving, consultation for future procedures/recommendations, prescription refills and nail debridement/thickened toenail clipping (Medicare Patients) will be addressed at a scheduled appointment.

WHEN SHOULD I USE WALK-IN CLINIC?
Please use Walk-In Clinic to address the following foot/ankle symptoms:

- Swelling
- Aching
- Pain
- Discomfort
- Discoloration
- Poss fracture
- Tenderness
- Numbness
- Tingling
- Infection
- Ingrown
- Wound

HOW MUCH DOES WALK-IN CLINIC COST?
Walk-In Clinic is billed to your insurance as a Specialist Office Visit, thus copayment/coinsurance will be collected at the time of service. There is no upcharge such as the cost of an Emergency Room visit or Urgent Care visit. If you are a Self-Pay/Cash Pay patient, please review our Self-Pay Pricing list. Commercial plans with deductibles that have not been met will be required to pay the one-time $100 New Patient fee as you would with a New Patient appointment.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME/DAY TO USE WALK-IN CLINIC?
Walk-In Clinic is a first-come-first-serve service. Each day between Monday-Thursday varies in volume and wait expectancy but all patients checked in before 4:15 PM will still be seen and treated by Dr. Ali Davis.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO WALK-IN CLINIC?
To expedite your wait time and service, please bring the Registration Form, photo ID, insurance card(s) and medication list (if applicable).

If you are being referred by a doctor's office, please bring your referral and a disc of any radiological imaging performed (x-ray, US, MRI, etc.) OR have your referral and imaging report faxed to our office at 1-913-364-1160.

DO I NEED A REFERRAL FOR WALK-IN CLINIC?
Unless a referral is required by your insurance, it is not required. We do recommend a form of medical history for your treatment. Please ask your referring physician to fax your most recent office visit and a list of medications to our office at 1-913-364-1160.

WHO CAN USE WALK-IN CLINIC?
Walk-In Clinic is open to anyone with acute foot and/or ankle symptoms.

I AM A FORMER PATIENT OF DR. ALI DAVIS FROM ANOTHER OFFICE. AM I CONSIDERED ESTABLISHED?
Patients are considered "Established" if they had an appointment with Dr. Ali Davis after January 1, 2018.

DO YOU TAKE MY INSURANCE?
Please contact your insurance company to verify that Dr. Ali Davis is an in-network provider. The Foot Clinic will only verify active coverage and collect copayment/coinsurance accordingly. If you are considered out-of-network, you can proceed clinical care with The Foot Clinic as a Self-Pay patient. Please review the Cash Pay Price List.

DO YOU ACCEPT SELF-PAY/CASH PAY PATIENTS?
Yes. Please review the Cash Pay Price List and sign the Self-Pay Contract if you:
1. Do not have health insurance,
2. Are out-of-network but wish to see Dr. Ali Davis
3. If you wish to proceed with an excluded service under your current insurance plan.

If you have additional questions, please contact our office to speak with the Receptionist at 1-913-364-1314, option #1.

DOES DR. ALI DAVIS SEE PEDIATRIC PATIENTS DURING WALK-IN CLINIC?
Yes. Dr. Ali Davis has seen patients as young as two-years-old. Please complete the consent form if we will be treating a minor.

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