Patient Portal

Start your presurgical assessment process complete your medical history online with One Medical Passport
For assistance regarding this form please contact Jonathan Lawrence 855-292-3700

Prior to surgery

Thank you for choosing Fleming Island Surgery Center for your care!

You will receive a phone call from the center 1 - 3 days prior to surgery to give you an arrival time. Arrival time is normally 1 to 1 1/2 hours prior to your surgical time. Due to space limitations in the waiting room we do ask that you limit the amount of family members that accompany you. One family member should stay at the center during your procedure if at all possible.

Again we thank you for choosing Fleming Island Surgery Center.

Please note: Anesthesia services are billed separately by Fleming Island Anesthesia. Please verify the list below of the insurance carriers that are in network.
Participating Insurance Companies:
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
FL Workers Comp
Premier Eye
United HealthCare

If you do not see your insurance company listed above, please contact our patient advocate team at 888-851-4642 for a good faith written estimate for the anesthesia services portion on your upcoming surgical procedure.

Pre-Operative - On Arrival to the center all patient's

On arrival to Fleming Island Surgery Center, we ask that you sign in at the main desk. The receptionist will need to make copies of your driver’s license, or other legal form of identification, and your insurance card(s).
You will be called back into the business office to sign some general papers; A consent for treatment in our facility, ownership of the facility, HIPPA notification and any insurance and or billing paper work. You will need to bring with you any pre-payment that is required.
Once you have completed the business office paperwork, you will sit in the waiting room until the nurses come to get you.
In the pre-operative portion of your stay, you will be asked your name and date of birth as a way to verify that you are the correct patient. You will be weighed. The nurse will conduct a “nursing” history and physical. You will need to verify and sign your procedure consent and anesthesia consent. You will be placed on a heart monitor, an oxygen sensor and a blood pressure cuff. The nurse will start an IV for medications. The nurse will verify the name and information of the adult that will be responsible for taking you home.
An anesthesiologist will come and talk with you. He/She will go over your medical information, ask questions related to your state of health, listen to your lungs and explain the plan of care for your anesthesia experience.

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EGD, Colonoscopy and General Surgery Information

Patients and prospective patients may request from this facility and other health care providers a more personalized estimate of charges and other information. Patients and prospective patients should contact each health care practitioner who will provide services in the ASC to determine the health insurers and health maintenance organizations with which the health care practitioner participates as a network provider or preferred provider.