Transparency in Healthcare

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In accordance with the New Jersey Out of Network Law, we are required to let you know that some services associated with our staff at Hamilton Endoscopy & Surgery Center may be provided on an out-of-network basis.

Please know that you must inquire separately with your physician and associated providers to determine if they are out of network. Your surgeon and other healthcare providers are not limited to but for example, anesthesiologists, intraoperative monitoring services, durable medical suppliers, and anatomical pathologists may provide services to you at the center for ambulatory surgery that is not a part of the facility’s fees. If any of their services are provided to you while being a patient of the facility, the provider(s) will bill separately for their services rendered.

Patients and prospective patients may request from this ambulatory surgery center and other healthcare providers a more personalized estimate of the endoscopy or other charges and other information including specific contact information prior to service. A list of facility charges by procedure is available upon request at the surgery center.

Patients and prospective patients should contact each healthcare practitioner who will provide services in our center for ambulatory surgery or as an external service to determine the health insurers and health maintenance organizations with which the healthcare practitioner participates as a network provider or preferred provider. The patient and their provider(s) are responsible to elect and determine which services, diagnostics, and planned procedures will be authorized to perform based on their intended payment plan and policies. The facility’s billing office is always available as a resource for the patient’s pre-procedure for assistance.

For assistance, please contact our ambulatory surgery center for guidance at 609-581-6610 during regular business hours. Questions related to financial assistance, payment plans, charity care policy, and collection procedures are always welcomed and encouraged if they arise.

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