Adjusting our Practice to COVID-19 (The Coronavirus)

Our world-class care will never change.  Your health and safety are always our #1 priority! We’re here for you, in whatever way we can help.


Our providers can now meet with you in the comfort of your own home, to discuss your case, update or change your prescriptions and much more.

Visit our Clinic in-person

For hands-on visits and procedures, we will be here for you. To keep all our patients and staff safe, we have instituted several  safety precautions.

"Even in challenging times, we are here for our patients. The phrase "adapt and overcome" doesn't just apply to our military. Understanding this, our patients should always feel safe and secure in the environment and with the care that our practice provides. Their safety is our priority."

Dr Jonathan Paley

Stay safe – Stay home – Get the best care With Dayton Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Clinic

Dayton’s Orthopedic Dream Team, Dr Jonathan Paley and Physician’s Assistants, Jonathan Gillman and Jennifer Leibold, are fully-equipped to consult with you via video chat. Whether you need to update them on your progress, refill a prescription, talk about an upcoming procedure – really, anything that does not require a physical examination – your appointment can take place in the comfort and safety of your own home. Call (937) 436-5763 to schedule your telemedicine appointment. 

How to Download and Use our Telemedicine App – Google Duo

You will need to create a Google account to use this service.

Coming to the Clinic

Your safety is our top priority

We’ve implemented new safety protocols to ensure that our staff and patients stay healthy.
1 – All visitors will be screened before entering the premises
In line with CDC recommendations, all patients and necessary caregivers will be screened for elevated temperature and possible exposure to COVID-19 prior to being allowed in the waiting room.
2 – A maximum of 4 patients in the waiting room at any given time
We have spread out our appointment times so that a maximum of four patients wait in our beautiful, spacious waiting room at any given time.  
3 – No visitors will be permitted, unless they are a necessary caregiver or accompanying a minor patient.
We ask that all companions please wait in the car. Children will not be permitted, unless they are the patient. All necessary caregivers must go through the entrance screening procedure.
4 – All rooms will be terminally cleaned between patients
‘Terminal cleaning’ is an intense disinfection procedure used in healthcare, to completely sanitize surfaces between patients. We always take infection control very seriously at Dayton Orthopedic Surgery, but we will continue to take disinfection to the next level until the Coronavirus has been brought thoroughly under control. 
5 – Staff wear face masks at all times
The CDC recommends that all staff are screened for elevated temperature before being allowed to work. We have taken things a few steps further. In addition to logging temperatures and screening for potential symptoms of COVID-19 throughout the day, all our staff wear face masks at all times. Staff who have direct contact with patients also wear gloves which are changed with every patient. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my insurance pay for an online consultation?

If we regularly accept your health insurance, then we will be able to bill them just the same as if you were to come in for a regular appointment. 

What services can you provide via telemedicine?

Anything that does not require a physical examination can be done over the phone or via video chat. So, discussing test results, checking on your progress after a procedure, refilling a prescription, discussing a future procedure, changing your treatment plan, etc.   Your appointment scheduler will be able to tell you if we’ll need to see you in the clinic, in-person. 

How will I pay my copay if I don’t come into the office?

We will send your bill to your home, which you can pay over the phone, by check in the mail, or via our online payment gateway found on the main menu. 

What should I do if I have a high temperature, sore throat, cough, or any other symptoms of COVID-19?

Please call your primary care provider or visit the CDC’s symptom checker. Please do not come into the clinic if you have a high temperature or display any other symptoms of the Coronavirus, such as coughing or a sore throat. We will be happy to reschedule your clinic appointment when you are well again! 

Contact Us

Ask a question or book an appointment below. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital

(937) 436-5763

5491 Far Hills Ave. Dayton, OH 45429