February 24, 2022

Violence Prevention Policy


We have a zero tolerance policy for violence and do not accept, tolerate or excuse bullying, harassment, verbally abusive behavior, harmful, disorderly or disrespectful behavior towards our Doctors, teams and patients within our practice.

Zero Tolerance Policy

In light of the conditions in the healthcare industry today and workforce crisis, we count on your support and understanding that our commitment is to the safety of each person.

This policy is in place in order to monitor, prevent or contain a potential threat. We do not tolerate violence or humiliation in any way, shape or form; or any verbal or physical attacks that may put our patients, our Doctors or staff in harm.

These are challenging times for everybody.

Healthcare workers are doing everything humanely possible to accommodate each patient, and to give them timely and best quality health care.

Important Resources

  OSHA® U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Adminitration, OSHA 3148-06R, Guidelines for preventing workplace violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers

  The House of Representatives today passed by a vote of 254-166 the Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act (H.R. 1195)

We appreciate your support and understanding, your team at Greater Orlando Orthopedic Group™
Phone (407) 977-4130


Orthopedic Specialties

Our focus is to help our patients restore maximum function possible after a traumatic orthopedic incident or when having been diagnosed with a degenerative disease. Our physicians use minimally invasive, robotic-arm assisted surgery wherever appropriate. If you are coping with a sports injury or the pain of arthritis, we are committed to providing you with most compassionate orthopedic care.

Our Patients Say

Our patients are our number one priority. We take great pride in hearing that our patients are happy with the service and care we provide.

We are Here For You!

Monday - Friday - 8AM to 5PM. Closed Saturday and Sunday. If you are in pain or if you are having a medical emergency, please call 9 - 1 - 1 or immediately go to the Emergency Room. All copays will be collected prior to services. We will no longer bill copays. Thank you for understanding!