It’s Time to Get Back to Working, Playing and Living.

National Provider Identifier

The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a standard unique health identifier for health care providers that was adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

Below is the NPI information for our ProOrtho providers and Physician Assistants:

Richard Angelo, MD: 1427029214

Camille Clinton, MD: 1356509475

Robin Fuchs, MD: 1871562595

Ronald Gregush, MD: 1275625584

Jonathan Hall, MD: 1548431158

Samuel Koo, MD, MPH: 1467626374

Timothy Locknane, MD: 1639224074

Craig McAllister, MD: 1891754792

Daniel Nelson, MD: 1205878469

J. Scott Price, MD: 1083673834

James Pritchett, MD: 1265421382

Neil Roberts, MD: 1972549129

Jeffrey Roh, MD: 1346284486

Jeff Stickney, MD: 1639139348

Marco Wen, MD: 1942245733

Physician Assistants

Timothy Billings, PA-C: 1962428607

Sarah Goble, PA-C: 1427300565

Garrett Gray, PA-C: 1265776470

Claudia Kalotay, PA-C: 1528007069

Clark Laprelle II, PA-C: 1306396338

Sarah Rooksberry, PA-C: 1861941221

Sanela Samardzic, PA-C: 1730480153

Jeff Stepanian, PA-C: 1932132099

ProOrtho Medical Specialties

Latest ProOrtho News

  • Congress Addresses the Benefits of Outpatient Joint Replacement

    Congress is now considering a bill that would give Medicare beneficiaries access to the advanced surgical techniques, improved outcomes, and decreased pain that is seen when joint replacements are done in outpatient facilities. H.R. 1453 is a bill being sponsored by Devin Nunes (R-CA) and John Larson (D-CT) that would ensure that Medicare patients would …

  • Better Techniques Mean Faster Recovery

    Despite the fact that hip replacement and knee replacement are recognized as the most effective solutions for patients with severe arthritis, postoperative pain and stiffness, long difficult rehabilitation processes persist for both, even with modern implant designs. At a recent SwiftPath Symposium in San Diego, CA, surgeons compared traditional joint replacement methods to the modern …

  • The Danger of Narcotics After Joint Replacement

    Even patients with severe debilitating arthritis are afraid of joint replacement — and what they fear most is the pain of the surgery, the need to use narcotics and the complications related to narcotics. Opiate-related problems such as nausea, constipation, confusion and breathing problems complications leading to readmissions and death are devastating for patient and …

Sign up for Periodic Email Updates from ProOrtho

Business Office

Surgery Center

MRI

Stay Connected

A Service of Proliance Surgeons