Thank you for selecting The Bone & Joint Center in North Dakota for your orthopedic care. We look forward to serving you in one of our twelve convenient locations in North Dakota.
Below you will find a number of resources we hope will provide the information you're looking for. You can always call us at (800) 424-2663 if what you need is not listed below.
To schedule an appointment, please call us at (701) 946-7400 or (866) 900-8650, or use our online appointment request form.
Once you have made your initial appointment, you may preregister by downloading, printing, and completing the forms below. Doing so prior to your visit will help speed up the new patient registration process.
Please be sure to bring forms with you to your first visit along with any diagnostic films or other test results that may have been ordered or performed by another physician.
Established patients can update forms online through our our patient portal. If you need help accessing the portal, please call the office and we’ll be happy to help.
- Request an appointment
- Complete patient forms
- Request prescription refills
- Request and view your medical records and test results
- Pay your bill
- Complete our patient satisfaction survey
- Communicate with our office
- If you have not received authorization to begin using the portal, call our office at (800) 424-2663 to obtain a registration PIN.
- Click on I need to sign up.
- Follow the directions to create a new account. You will create your user ID and password.
- Once approved by our office, you can log in and begin using our convenient online services by clicking on the appropriate sections in the dashboard.
- At the patient portal entry page, enter the user name and password you selected when you registered and click "Sign In."
- New Patient Packet, including Symptoms Checklist and Medical History
- Medical Release
- Patient Instructions / Protocols
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- Appointments: (701) 946-7400 or (866) 900-8650
- Surgery Scheduling: (701) 530-8798
- Nursing: (701) 530-8663
- Total Joint Education: (701) 530-8651
- After-Hours Medical Needs: (701) 530-7000 – ask for the orthopedic surgeon on call
- Billing: (701) 530-8681
- Prescription Refills: (701) 530-8663
- Dickinson Main Line: (701) 456-6494
- Dickinson Nursing: (701) 456-4793
- Dickinson Surgery & Procedure Scheduling: (701) 456-4728
- Bismarck Surgical Association (BSA)
- CHI St. Alexius Health Bismarck
- CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson
- Mid Dakota Clinic
- Pain Treatment Center
- PrimeCare Health Group
- West River Health River Services
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) – Founded in 1933, the AAOS is the preeminent provider of musculoskeletal education to orthopedic surgeons and others around the world. Its continuing medical education (CME) activities include a world-renowned annual meeting, multiple CME courses held around the US and at the Orthopaedic Learning Center, and various medical and scientific publications and electronic media materials. Phone: (847) 823-7186
- American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) – Established in 1991, the mission of the AAHKS is to advance hip and knee patient care through education and advocacy. Phone: (847) 698-1200
- American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) – The mission of AOSSM is to be the premier global sports medicine organization representing the interests of orthopedic surgeons and other professionals who provide comprehensive health services for the care of athletes and active people of all ages and abilities. AOSSM cultivates evidence-based knowledge, provides extensive educational programming, and promotes emerging research that advances the science and practice of sports medicine. Phone: (847) 292-4900
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) – Since 1946, ASSH has grown from 35 surgeons excited about sharing ideas to more than 3,800 members spanning the entire globe who are all dedicated to advancing the science and practice of caring for your hands and arms. Phone: (312) 880-1900
- Arthritis Foundation (AF) – The Arthritis Foundation leads the fight for the arthritis community through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections. Their goal is to chart a winning course and make each day another stride toward a cure.
- Arthritis National Research Foundation (ANRF) – Since 1970, the ANRF has funded arthritis research to understand the causes, prevention, and development of new treatments for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, juvenile arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. Phone: (800) 588-2873
- The American Society of Orthopedic Professionals (ASOP) – In 1999, ASOP was founded to decisively offer the orthopedic technologist an organization that was established and managed by orthopedic technologists. For the last 20 years, ASOP has continued to fulfill this primary objective for the orthopedic profession. Phone: (727) 394-1700
- Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) – The AANA is an international professional organization of more than 4,000 orthopedic surgeons and other medical professionals who are committed to advancing the field of minimally invasive orthopedic surgery to improve patient outcomes. Phone: (847) 292-2262
- North Dakota Orthopaedic Society (NDOS) – 1622 E. Interstate Avenue, Suite A, Bismarck, ND 58503-0512. Phone: (701) 223-9475
- Wilderness Medical Society (WMS) – Founded in 1983, the WMS is the world's leading organization devoted to wilderness medical challenges. Wilderness medicine topics include expedition and disaster medicine, dive medicine, search and rescue, altitude illness, cold- and heat-related illness, wilderness trauma, and wild animal attacks. WMS explores health risks and safety issues in extreme situations such as mountains, jungles, deserts, caves, marine environments, and space. Phone: (801) 990-2988