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Are there any other requirements for my surgery?

As an out-of-network provider, and with the potential of utilizing an out-of-network surgery facility, anesthesiologist, and laboratory, none of the parties involved have a contract with your health insurance carrier. However, we work with both you and your insurance carrier to determine how to provide you with the highest quality of care at the lowest

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

What if I get sick before my surgery?

If any change in your health occurs prior to surgery, such as a cold, cough or fever, please notify your surgeon and primary physician.

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

What do I do about my routine medication schedule?

Unless otherwise instructed please take all of your routine medicines with small sips of water. If you are not sure which medicines you should take the morning of your surgery, ask your doctor or nurse. 7 days before the procedure you must STOP taking Aspirin or Blood Thinners (such as Coumadin, Plavix, Heparin, Lovenox, etc.).

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

When do I have to stop eating and drinking?

Do not eat or drink anything 8 hours prior to surgery. If you have been advised by your physician to take your routine medications, you may do so with a small sip of water. Failure to abide by this mandate will unfortunately result in a cancellation of your procedure due to the requirements set forth

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

When will I find out the exact time of my procedure?

The Surgical Pre-Admission Department will call you before 6PM on the day before your surgery with instructions of what time and where to report to on the day of your surgery. A Bespoke patient advocate will also be in touch with you during the scheduling process, updating you with details as they become available.

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

Will I need any pre-op testing done?

If you are required to have pre-operative testing, we will obtain copies of your necessary blood work and/or EKG from your primary or referring physician. If you have not had recent testing done, we would recommend scheduling an appointment with your primary care physician to do so. Otherwise, we can send you to Beth Israel’s

March 07, 2016 by bespoke

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