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

Garrett Gray, PA-C: 1265776470

Sarah Goble, PA-C: 1427300565

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

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