Update: May 11, 2021

We are continuing to book elective cases including hip and knee surgery.  Each hospital has its own independent rules prior to starting including, but not limited to: self-quarantine, obtaining COVID-19 testing prior to surgery, and types of elective surgery. We are continuing to maintain social distancing by avoiding as much contact as reasonable, social isolation, and mask-wearing.

We are maintaining clinics at a lighter load to avoid too many patients and staff members interacting at the same time. If you are traveling, you may need to obtain a covid test. Please visit our interisland travel information page to learn more.

Talk with Dr. Morton prior to scheduling surgery to confirm how you will proceed.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Telehealth Update

In preparation for the number of patients who may become symptomatic or asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19, we are following social distancing as advised by the Center for Disease Control.  Please do not come to our clinic if you are exhibiting any signs of COVID-19.

Signs of COVID-19 include:

  • Fevers
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

Please call your local emergency department if you have any of the following symptoms.

  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face


Dr. Morton and his staff have received vaccinations. We encourage all of our patients who are able to obtain the vaccine, to do so as soon as possible. We are looking forward to resuming normal activities.

We are continuing to follow recommendations from the CDC and theAmerican College of Surgeons. We will continuously re-evaluate the situation and determine when it is appropriate to proceed or cease with elective surgeries. We are still caring for fractures, tendon ruptures, infections, or other possible urgent and emergent orthopedic conditions.

Schedule a telehealth visit today!

We have easy step-by-step instructions on how to see your provider via telehealth.

Thank you for your understanding.