Findlay Surgery Center in Findlay, OH
Since February 2000, Findlay Surgery Center has provided a full range of outpatient surgical services in Findlay, OH. Our center has over 25 skilled physicians working across 10 fields. In addition, we are proud to have a team of caring nurses, experienced technicians, and a supportive staff. We are a team of professionals with specialized training and access to advanced technology required to properly complete each procedure. We serve patients from across Hancock County.
Findlay Surgery Center opened to provide patients with high-quality outpatient surgery procedures while avoiding hospital costs. We have designed our services to be cost-effective, convenient, and professional. From start to finish, we focus on meeting each patient’s needs and improving their health and wellness.
Financial Policy & Insurance
Before your surgery, we will verify benefits with your insurance company and discuss your individual finance and insurance considerations if necessary. We participate with most local and national commercial insurers. It is your responsibility to notify your insurance company of your upcoming procedure and to confirm whether we are an in-network or out-of-network facility. Worker’s Compensation claims require more information. If your surgery is the result of an accident at work, please tell your doctor’s office.
As a courtesy to you, we will submit medical claims to your insurance company. After the claim is processed and insurance has been applied, you will receive a bill/statement. This bill includes the facility fee for the use of our Surgery Center. You are responsible for any deductibles, co-insurance or balance not covered by your insurance company.
Additionally, you will receive separate bills from the following providers (if applicable):
• Your surgeon
• Your anesthesiologist
• Pathology, if this service is used (Blanchard Valley Pathology)
If you do not have insurance, or if you are having cosmetic surgery, you will be required to pay for your surgery two weeks prior to your procedure, unless other arrangements are made with our business office. A price quote will be made available to you based on the information provided by your surgeon’s office. The final bill may be higher or lower based on the actual procedure(s) performed.
There are several options available for payment plans through our facility. The acceptable forms of payment are cash, cashier’s check, credit or debit card, Care Credit, or personal check.
We realize some patients need a little help making their procedure more affordable. We offer several payment options, including payment plans through Findlay Surgery Center or CareCredit, an interest-free medical credit card.
Be sure to ask your physician if they accept CareCredit as well.
Online Medical History
This online service replaces the need to complete a telephone medical assessment . If you have already spoken with one of our Pre-Admission Testing Nurses to provide a medical history, you do not need to provide the history again online. One of our nurses may be contacting you if we need any clarification on the information provided.
Please do not complete a medical history more than 30 days prior to surgery.
To complete the medical history when it is convenient for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, gather the following information then click on the medical history link below:
1. Pediatrician’s/Primary Care Physician’s and Specialists Name, Phone Number, and Address
2. Insurance Card
3. Patient’s Height and Weight
4. Patient’s Prescription Bottles
If there are any changes to the medical history,please contact us.
Click here to begin the online Medical History
We implemented this based off the requests of patients, but we never want to lose the personal connection. If for any reason, you would like to speak to one of our nurses, we are available 8:30-5:00 Monday through Friday at (614)451-5042, (614)451-5039, or toll free at 1-888-451-3313.
For financial assistance, please contact Findlay Surgery Center at (419) 429-0409.
Prior to your procedure, the following information should have been provided to you by your physician’s office.