Free Insurance Verification for Hernia Repair
Most major insurance companies cover hernia repair surgery as long as you meet their requirements, and we work routinely with most of the major insurance carriers. Hernia Center Los Angeles is also Medicare Certified. We have insurance experts on staff to help you get approved through the insurance process. Please call us at 424-543-0514 or fill out the form below and one of our staff will respond within 24 hours.
We Welcome Insurance and Medicare Patients
Hernia Center Los Angeles accepts most PPO insurances (Aetna, Blue Shield, Anthem & more) as well as Medicare patients. We know insurance can be complicated, and we will help you understand your insurance benefits. In most cases your hernia repair surgery can be performed at little or no direct cost to you.
The first step is to call the Hernia Center Los Angeles for a Free Insurance Verification. We will take down all of your information and schedule you for your initial consultation with one of our expert hernia doctors. In the meantime our billing department will contact your insurance provider to confirm whether the procedure will be covered partially or in full.
Hernia Patients Without Insurance
If you don’t have medical insurance, and are in need of hernia treatment, you have come to the right place. While we don’t offer a free clinic, we do work hard to provide affordable surgical care to patients without insurance benefits.
The below information is provided to help you understand the costs involved with a hernia. For more detailed pricing information, please contact Hernia Center Los Angeles directly at 424-543-0514.
What are the costs involved in a Hernia Surgery?
There are typically four items that you will need to pay for as part of your hernia surgery. All of these costs can be quoted at your initial consultation with the doctor so there are no hidden surprises. The costs involved with your procedure are:
Surgical Fee – This is the fee paid to the hernia surgeon for performing your hernia repair. We have set rates depending on the type of hernia and how complicated the procedure is.
Facility Fee – This is the fee paid to Hernia Center Los Angeles for the operating room and materials. This is also a set fee.
Anesthesia – The anesthesia fee varies depending on the length of your surgery.
Mesh – Some hernia repairs require the use of mesh, and there can be an additional material fee for this.