WELCOME TO OUR PRACTICE!
Our clinical practice has several components. First is a Downtown medical and surgical office-based practice. Second is a hospital practice for inpatients and those needing foot surgery. Third is independent medical examination work for work-related injuries and other forensic/legal cases. Finally, we serve homebound patients in facilities such as skilled nursing, adult family homes and assisted living/memory care.
The Certified difference. Dr. John Hoy, our physician and President, received his didactic and hospital residency training in the University of California, San Francisco healthcare system. An established podiatrist, he has been serving families and individuals like you since 2000.
Dr. Hoy has five national certifications. These include two medical and surgical Board Certifications, and three certifications in practice administration, to ensure the best care possible. We also have formally trained and licensed staff, in accordance with State law, who are also preparing for their national certifications.
Committed to excellence and education, our office has been a clinical training site for family medicine residents and medical assistants.
We welcome patients for treatment, consultation, second opinions or revisional surgery. We accept most health plans and medical group patients. We are committed to the highest level of clinical and administrative service, providing the best in cutting-edge, evidence-based care based on medical necessity. We are an Accredited Business of the Better Business Bureau with “A+” rating.
Insurances. Our office accepts most insurance plans, including Cigna, Aetna, Regence, Premera, United Healthcare, First Choice and Group Health. We verify for referral status, eligibility and deductibles and collect at the time of service.
Scheduling appointments. Please call 206-682-8741 to schedule an appointment. Our office hours are 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Please call the office ahead of time so we know to expect you. If we are out of the office, you may email us at DrHoy@Seattlefeet.com.
If you are a new patient, to expedite your visit, please click the following link to open the New Patient Forms. We strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with these tips to make your experience with the practice as smooth as possible. We have been the choice for many, and look forward to being your choice. Thank you.
FOOT AND ANKLE CONDITIONS LIBRARY
To learn about our many services, click here. We are in the process of building our patient education system on our blog of some of the conditions we treat. Many of the clinical articles are edited versions of the surgical college’s educational series we have purchased for our practice. To learn about a condition, please click on the link below. If there is not yet a link, e-mail us to have the information sent to you.
• Vascular (circulatory/blood vessels): Deep Vein Thrombosis; Peripheral Arterial Disease
• Neurological (nerves): Morton’s Neuroma; Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
• Integumentary (skin): Ingrown Toenail; Malignant Melanoma of the Foot; Plantar Wart; Soft Tissue Biopsy; Puncture Wounds; Diabetic Foot Care Guidelines; Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
• Musculoskeletal (bones, joints, muscles):
Metatarsals: Bunions; Bunion Surgery/Hallux Valgus Repair; Hallux Rigidus; Hallux Limitus/Rigidus Surgery; Tailor’s Bunion (Bunionette); Tailor’s Bunion Surgery; Fractures of the Fifth Metatarsal; Sesamoid Injuries
Midfoot: Peroneal Tendon Injuries; Lisfranc Injuries; Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction; Charcot Foot; Accessory Navicular Syndrome; Plantar Fibroma; Cavus Foot
Ankle: Ankle Sprain; Os Trigonum Syndrome; Achilles Tendon Disorders; Ankle Fractures; Achilles Tendon Rupture; Surgery for an Achilles Tendon Rupture; Talar Dome Lesion; Chronic Ankle Instability; Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome; Equinus
General: Understanding Your Foot or Ankle Surgery; Gout; Ganglion Cyst; Osteoarthritis; Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Foot and Ankle; Bone Healing; Acute Inflammation; Stretching Exercises; Instructions for Using Crutches; Fracture Repair