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Financial Information

You may receive bills from several different providers for the care rendered to you at the Kona Surgery Center; including the Physician or Surgeon performing the procedure, Anesthesia Services (Anesthesia Relief, LLC), Kona Surgery Center, and a laboratory for any specimens obtained during your procedure.

Financial Agreement & Insurance
If you have insurance, we will help you receive maximum benefits by filing your insurance claim for you. However, payments for co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles will be collected at the time of service. We participate with several insurance companies, some of which are listed below. If yours is not listed, please contact us 808-331-7960 for details.

ALOHA CARE MEDICARE ADVANTAGE
ALOHA CARE QUEST
HMA, HMN – Family Health Hawaii (HMN)
HMAA
HMSA AKAMAI AND 65C+
HMSA PPO, HMO
HMSA QUEST
MDX HAWAII
MED QUEST
MEDICARE
MULTIPLAN/PHCS
O’HANA (ONLY SECONDARY TO MEDICARE)
PREMIER EYE CARE
RR MEDICARE
TRICARE and TRICARE CHOICE PROGRAM
UHA
VA – WITH REFERRAL FROM VA/PCP
WellCare (O’HANA MEDICAID)
WellCare (O’HANA MEDICARE)

Disclosure of Ownership

A physician performing the procedure may have ownership interest in this facility. These procedures are performed at hospitals and other outpatient facilities in this community. You have the right to choose where to receive services, including a facility where your physician does or does not have ownership interest.

Before Your Procedure

  • Be sure to follow any specific individual instructions given to you by your physician before coming to the Surgery Center (lab work, EKG, etc).
  • Please obtain any special appliance or object instructed by your surgeon (crutches, brace etc.) prior to your day of procedure.
  • If you have an Internal Defibrillator, Allergy to Latex or Sleep Apnea, please contact the Surgery Center staff ASAP.
  • A nurse from the Surgery Center will contact you before the day of surgery. The nurse will confirm the time you are expected to arrive and give you specific instructions to prepare you for surgery.

Transportation

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE SOMEONE DRIVE YOU HOME AFTER THE PROCEDURE.
It is your responsibility to arrange, in advance, for a responsible adult to drive you home from the surgery center following your procedure. In order to ensure your safety, you will not be permitted to drive yourself home. You may not take public transportation alone afterwards. Sedation will slow down your reflexes so it is unsafe to drive.

Day of Procedure:

  • DO NOT eat or drink (unless otherwise instructed).
  • DO NOT bring valuables or jewelry. We cannot be responsible for damaged or lost property.
  • DO NOT wear your contact lenses; leave them at home and bring your glasses instead.
  • BRING YOUR INSURANCE CARDS, DRIVER’S LICENSE OR OTHER PHOTO ID & METHOD OF PAYMENT IF DUE.
  • BRING a list of all current medications with their dosages and strengths.
  • DO TAKE your heart or blood pressure medications with a very small sip of water.
  • Shower or bathe prior to your arrival.
  • Remove makeup and nail polish.
  • Wear loose fitting clothing.
  • BRING any items or equipment instructed by your surgeon or nurse such as crutches, brace or eye drops.
  • Refrain from smoking on the day of surgery.
  • Refrain from drinking alcoholic beverages 24 hours prior to surgery.
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