It’s our mission to ensure you experience the highest quality of care in a compassionate setting from consultation through treatment and recovery. If we can help you at any time, please do not hesitate to call us.
For more information on our practice policies for billing and insurance, see the information below.
Our sincere goal is for you to have an excellent experience and positive outcomes from your hernia repair.
Whether you have been referred by another provider, or you have a hernia that is need of repair, we will work with you on a consultation, diagnosis and present an appropriate treatment plan. If you got a hernia at work and coverage is available, we’ll help with worker’s compensation plans.
You are welcome to save time by downloading and filling out the following medical forms at home, bringing them with you to the appointment. Or, you may arrive at the office 30 minutes in advance of your appointment to fill them out and allow us to review them for complete information.
If you bring your documents with you, please arrive fifteen minutes in advance of your appointment for us to review the information to ensure we have complete and accurate medical records.
INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT SURGERY
Most surgical procedures for hernias are performed in an outpatient setting at Bend Surgery Center or St. Charles Hospital in both Bend and Redmond, where patients are able to go home after the surgery. If an inpatient stay is required, surgery is performed at St. Charles Hospital.
BILLING AND INSURANCE ASSISTANCE
For information and assistance with your medical billing and insurance process:
CALL (541) 322-1794
FAX | (541) 749-2126
OUR PATIENT FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE COORDINATOR IS HERE TO HELP YOU
Dana Jorgensen, Bend Hernia Center’s patient financial and insurance coordinator, is committed to helping our patients better understand the costs associated with care, provide payment options based on individual insurance plans and will help finalize billing arrangements between all parties.
PAYMENT – We accept most insurance carriers’ coverage plans, however, the patient is ultimately responsible for the total cost of medical services provided by Bend Hernia Center. Changes in deductibles, coverage dates, pre-existing conditions and other insurance plan details may affect insurance reimbursements.
We will do the best we can to help you understand the costs of care and your insurance coverage options as well as work with you regarding payment options.
Bend Hernia specializes in helping patients navigate their worker’s compensation claims. Give us a call and let us help you.
For more detail on financial policies, please review the document: Patient Financial Information