Reversal Surgery Costs


 

Tubal ligation reversal surgery:      $2800 usd
Vasectomy reversal surgery:         $2000 usd (
new price!)

Price includes all hospital/surgery fees including general labs, epidural, hospital stay, doctors fees, etc. Prices do not include travel expenses.  Additional services/fees may result if you have health issues or specific requests.

A $600 deposit is required when you schedule.  The deposit is deducted from your total costs. 

 Deposits Page 

We are now offering a
Pre-Pay Savings Plan 
 


You 'will' have additional fees if you

  • have any special medical needs or pre-existing illnesses [high blood pressure, kidney/liver/heart conditions, anemia, diabetes, asthma, spinal injuries, if you smoke, have drug or latex allergies, etc]
  • have had previous multiple surgeries (including c-sections)
  • are 40 years old or over (will require a IM exam)
  • are overweight / 30% bmi or above. If so, you will have the additional exam/fee and possible extra sedation
  • allergy to latex or certain medications
  • are medically unable to have an epidural

Use the Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator:


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  • (if your bmi is 30% or above there is an additional exam required  - IM exam $365.  

  • If your bmi is 40% or above there will be an additional $300 charge in addition to the IM exam fee (50% or above the extra fee is $500)

You 'may' have additional fees if you (fees determined by doctor review of pre-op evaluation form)
  • are taking certain prescription medications (ask the doctor in advance)
  • have special requests for medications
  • require or request additional days in the hospital
  • require or request additional hospital meals (1 guest will receive meals free)
  • have low hemoglobin (blood count) - or require transfusion - see unit prices below

Anesthesia Prices:  The surgeon will determine the method of anesthesia; you will have an epidural unless there is a medical reason not to.

  • Epidural (included in the cost of surgery)
  • Epidural + sedation $110 (by request or if it becomes medically necessary during surgery)
  • General anesthesia $315 (only if epidural is not possible)

Other fees & surgeries:

  • IM exam Fee (if required):  $365
  • Additional or alternative medications ~ $210 (determined by use)
  • Blood bank per unit ~ $300
  • HSG - $395
     
  • Vaginal rejuvenation (vaginoplasty) - $2750
  • Hysterectomy - $3700
  • Tubal ligation - $2250
  • Fibroid tumor/ cyst removal $2350* (*during reversal surgery approximately $600) 
  • Small cyst removal (during reversal) $350
     
  • Private Care Nurse - $190
  • Records Request (post op) - $12
  • Sperm Analysis - $45
     
  • Additional stay in hospital (as space permits)- $55 per day
  • Additional guest meals (if more than 1 guest)  - $3.50 per meal

UPDATE:   All patients will be sent a medical history / cost evaluation form to be reviewed by the doctor in advance.  You may request one by email prior to scheduling or you may download it directly and send it by fax or email here 
This form (mandatory), along with tubal ligation records (records are not mandatory) will be reviewed to help determine if any additional fees may apply. You should bring a minimum of $100-200  for emergency funds.


How and when should we make payment? (updated 2013)

Please see our new - Pre-Pay / Savings Plan - or email us for details.

DEPOSIT:  Your deposit will be paid at the time of making your appointment and can be made online with credit / debit card, or wire transfer (!! money gram // western union - there are extra fees to use this method of payment).   For more details please see the deposit page.

ADDITIONAL FEES:  Any pre-determined additional fees can be paid in advance.  An invoice will automatically be sent to the patient approximately 1 week prior to surgery, but you may request the invoice at any time.   You can also pay this in cash at the hospital, which will also save you a little bit on the fees.  If additional fees need to be refunded, they are refunded within 60 days; all fees are refunded minus any card service fees that may apply.   

BALANCE:  The best payment method is to pay the balance at the hospital (US cash only). The hospital cannot take credit cards, flex cards or any other method of payment. 

There is a payment plan savings account option if you want to make payments towards your surgery while you are saving.  

You can pay balance by:   Time
restriction
Extra fees Possible Discounts
cash - US dollars   no none yes - on extra exam fees
online debit or credit card   yes - 45 days yes - high no
wire funds - money gram /western union (wire fees must follow guidelines - email for instructions or your payment will not be picked up/credited to your account)   yes - 7 days yes - high no
instant payment   yes - 45 days no - or minimal no
e-check from your checking account   yes - 45 days no - or minimal no

*any payments for large amounts paid online must have 45 days to clear and fee may exceed $120.

The hospital cannot accept or file American insurance claims. You can pay the full amount at the hospital and 'may' be able to get a reimbursement from your insurance company - please check with your provider to find out if this is possible and what information would be needed - we will be happy to supply any paperwork necessary to your insurance company.  

The only method of payment at the hospital is cash. Traveler's checks, cashier's checks, money orders are no longer accepted due to the high number of fraudulent payments made to the hospital each year by patients to obtain free surgeries.  Payment is made in advance of surgery for this reason.

FLEX PAY/EMPLOYEE MEDICAL ACCOUNTS - Unfortunately these cards do not work on our system because we are not in the US and not able to be in the flex network.  However, you can pay for your surgery out of pocket, and you can be reimbursed by the FSA company by providing your hospital receipts and records.  We will provide any paperwork necessary upon request but please call your representative and find out what receipts are needed.


Insurance codes, assistance with funding or reimbursement:

  • Flex Pay and other employer funded programs / insurance refunds: If you are seeking a reimbursement from your insurance carrier or a medical plan from your employer, please bring your forms with you to be filled out while you are at the hospital.  Getting them after you leave could be a lengthy process.  Flex pay cards do not work with our card service; we are not in the flex network.  Your Flex provider may reimburse you and/or may pay in advance, but you need to discuss that with your provider.  We will provide any documentation you may need for your reimbursement. 

  • If you are seeking financial assistance, please click here for funding groups.

  • The diagnosis code (ICD-9) that insurance companies use for bilateral tubal occlusion is 628.2.

  • The procedure code (CPT) for tubal reanastomosis  is 58750.

 


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