Day of Procedure
Items to bring with you:
A list of all medications, prescription and over-the-counter, that you are taking.
Your drivers license and insurance card.
Loose, comfortable, and warm clothing. You will be asked to change into a gown before your procedure, but it is advised to wear comfortable and warm clothing leading up to that point.
Your driver; following procedures involving anesthesia you will need to have a driver to bring you home.
Items to leave at home:
Your purse and any valuables, such as watches and jewelry.
Makeup and perfume; please refrain from wearing any makeup and/or perfume/cologne to your procedure.
Contact lenses; please do not wear contact lenses to your procedure, glasses are permitted.
The following providers render services at Bayview Surgery Center as part of your care and will bill separately for any provided services:
Serenity Anesthesia- (888)851-4642
Florida Digestive Health Pathology- (941)757-4800
CDX Diagnostics- (800)352-8619
Piedmont Pathology- (888)339-8147
Please arrive on time; generally patients are asked to arrive 1 hour before their scheduled procedure time.
Upon arrival you will check in with our receptionist. They will collect your identification and insurance information, verify that you have a responsible adult to bring you home following the procedure, go over HIPAA and financial consents.
Copayments or Coinsurance are to be taken care of before the day of your procedure.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let one of our staff members know.
Glossary of Terms:
Copay: A copay is a predetermined amount due to a service provider by the patient; this is in addition to what the insurer will pay.
Coinsurance: Coinsurance is a predetermined percentage of the total amount due that the patient is financially responsible for.
Advance Directive: A document in which an individual specifies what actions should be taken if they are no longer able to make medical decisions for themselves.