Dr. Cabayan is a wonderful doctor and a terrific human being.  He is thorough, intelligent, and informative in his dealings with patients, and he is one of the few doctors that one might call a patient advocate.  Dr. Cabayan and his staff have always treated me with warmth and compassion, and I would recommend him to anyone.

Diane RedfearnFairfield, CA

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are your medical providers board certified?

Dr. Vatche Cabayan is a physician certified by the Medical Board of California.  Dr. Cabayan is also certified with the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.  Other medical providers at our office, including Lisa Martini and Stella Morden, are experienced and licensed nurse practitioners with the State of California.

Do I need to make an appointment to see a medical provider?

Yes.  Our office requires that all patients have a scheduled appointment to be seen by an office medical provider.  Walk-up appointments are not permitted.

How do I make an appointment to see a medical provider?

To make an appointment, please call our office at (510) 724-4586.  In order to make an appointment, please have the following information available:

  1. Proof of accepted workers’ compensation insurance;
  2. Valid photo identification;
  3. List of medications that the patient is currently taking;
  4. All relevant medical records, including any x-rays or other diagnostic reports of the condition(s).

If you are interested in a consultation or scheduling an appointment, please contact our office at (510) 724-4586 and ask for our New Patient Coordinator.

How do I obtain a copy of my medical records?

Unless expressly authorized by a patient or sought in accordance with applicable legal process, Cabayan Orthopedics vigilantly protects all patient information in a confidential and sensitive manner in accordance with federal and state health laws.  The patient must sign a HIPAA-compliant release of information and submit it to our office for processing.

How often do I need to update my paperwork with the office?

We require that our patient provide updated information at least once a year or when they have changes to their patient information.

What forms of coverage does Dr. Cabayan accept?

Cabayan Orthopedics accepts most major forms of workers’ compensation insurance.  Please see our list of carrier networks and self-insured entities.

Our office also treats patients who have sustained personal injuries, and are asserting claims against third-parties.  Under these circumstances, where appropriate, Cabayan Orthopedics will treat such patients on a lien basis.  For more information, please contact our office.