Some of the surgeries that we perform at Deaconess Hospital are outpatient services, meaning they don’t require a hospital stay. Patients come in, have surgery, recover for a few hours and then return home by the end of the day. Advanced technology continues to make outpatient surgery an option for more and more disorders and illnesses, making this type of treatment a possibility for more patients every year. The physicians and staff of the Outpatient Surgery Center perform ambulatory procedures, making surgery more economical and allowing patients to recover in the comfort of their own homes. Treatment and care is provided to more than 4,000 patients each year for a wide variety of procedures
Meaningful Use Stage 1 Certification, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services 2012
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MDSave is a service for patients electing to pay cash for procedures. Procedure purchases must be made prior to receiving care. You can use HSA, FSA, or HRA funds to pay for your procedure. You may be able to apply payment to your deductible, however eligibility is determined by your insurance provider and depends on your plan. You can access your MDsave purchase history at any time to support your submission.
Low monthly financing plans are available if you need assistance paying for care through patient financing.