Baptist Medical Group - Neurosurgery

Welcome to the neurosurgery practice of Dr. Brett Reichwage, Dr. Colby Maher and Dr. Amber Gordon – an experienced neurosurgery team who employs the utmost technical standards while developing customized surgical plan for patients with chronic pain or serious neurologic illness.

Our office is in partnership with The Andrews Institute.

Our Specialty

As a neurosurgery office, we specialize in treating all patients with neurological problems ranging from brain tumors, back and neck pain to neurological illnesses.

Our Providers

Dr. Reichwage is a highly trained neurosurgeon dedicated to the care and treatment of delicate neural elements associated with the brain and spinal cord. His clinical interests are in minimally invasive and complex spine surgery, as well as spinal column tumors and brain tumors. To learn more about him and his expertise, we invite you to click here to visit his profile page.

Dr. Maher is an experienced, fellowship-trained and board-certified neurosurgeon who now offers patients on the Gulf Coast an array of advanced treatment options for complex brain, spine and peripheral nerve conditions or injuries. To learn more about him and his expertise, we invite you to click here to visit his profile page.

Dr. Gordon is a devoted and compassionate neurosurgeon who has special interest and skill in minimally invasive treatments of cranial, spinal and peripheral nerve disorders. To learn more about her and her expertise, we invite you to click here to visit her profile page.

Caitlin Dees, PA-C, is a is a certified physician assistant who offers quality neurosurgical care to patients alongside our expert physicians. To learn more about her and her services we invite you to visit her profile page

Our Staff

While at our office, you’ll meet with several of staff members. The front-office staff support all physicians within the office – and will help you get settled and complete your paperwork. They’ll also see that the clinical staff and our providers know of your arrival and can start your care. A member of the team will personally escort you to an exam room and ask you a few medical history and office-visit related questions in preparation for your meeting with your provider.

New Patients

We’re so happy to have the opportunity to provide you with the compassionate, personal health-care experience you deserve. To ensure you have a pleasant first office visit, we ask that you please download and complete your new-patient paperwork prior to your appointment. Bring the completed paperwork along with the items provided in the “What to Bring” section below. Please also be sure to review the full “Appointment Information” section. As always, you can contact our office with any questions.

Appointment Information

Scheduling

It’s simple, secure and easy to request an appointment online. Click here to begin. If you prefer to call our office to schedule an appointment, you can do so by calling (850) 469-0642.

Appointment Preparation

To save you an extra step at the office, we encourage all new patients to download our new patient paperwork forms on this page. You can do so by clicking the button on the top left. Simply print the forms, complete them and bring them completed to your appointment. There may be a few additional items for you to sign upon arrival at your appointment.

What to Bring

Please bring your completed new-patient paperwork, a valid photo ID, your current insurance card and any current prescriptions or medicine you’re taking to your appointment. You're always welcome to bring a significant other, family member or caregiver with you to your appointment.

Arrival

To help you have the best possible experience at your appointment, we ask that you please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time.

Missed Appointment

To ensure we’re able to continue to provide the personal care you expect, it’s important that you let us know immediately upon realizing you may be unable to keep your appointment. We request you notify the office with at least 24-hour notice whenever you are unable to keep your appointment.

Most Insurances Accepted

We accept most major insurance plans and invite you to call our office to learn the financial details specific to your insurance coverage.

Our Financial Policy

It’s our policy that co-payments, co-insurance, deductibles and any outstanding balances are due at the time of service. This means that you will be expected to pay those items (as defined by your insurance policy) while at our office for your scheduled appointment. For your convenience, we accept payments in cash, check or credit card.
It’s important to note that you are financially responsible for the care you receive, even if your insurance does not pay. If you have questions, we encourage you to contact our office and our staff will do everything we can to serve you.

Referring To Our Practice

Order Facilitator is preferred for referrals, however, we gladly accept fax and phone referrals with demographics, insurance/authorization information, reports and physician dictations.

Your Primary Care Physician

We value your relationship with your primary care physician and want to ensure that he or she stays actively involved and informed of every step of your health-care journey. We’ll be sure to communicate with your primary care physician and keep him or her as the leader of your health-care team.
If you do not have a primary care physician, we will gladly help you find one that best meets your individual needs. We also encourage you to see if a Baptist Medical Group internal medicine or family medicine practice location is near you. To begin your search, click here.

Community Involvement

As part of Pensacola’s only community-owned health-care organization, Baptist Health Care, it’s in our hearts to care for our community. The physicians, staff and affiliates dedicate countless hours to provide free screenings, free educational seminars, special fundraising events and more.