Samples of Estimated Costs for Self-Pay Patients

 

One Stop Medical Center provides procedure-oriented premium medical services with affordable charges. We are able to lower your costs by not charging any facility fees and anesthesia fees, but we never sacrifice our quality of service.

Typically, an office procedure is only a fraction of the cost of what you’d pay for the same procedure done in a hospital.

Our procedure clinic lowers costs for all patients, regardless if they are insured or uninsured. If you have a high deductible or high co-payment, use a health savings account (HSA), or are uninsured, One Stop Medical Center is your ideal choice. For uninsured patients, we offer another 10% discount in addition to our already low office procedure costs.

Anoscopy $ 142
Excision of thrombosed external hemorrhoid $ 446
Removal of anal tag (multiple) $ 578
Hemorrhoid banding $ 418
IRC treatment of hemorrhoids $ 390
Excision of hemorrhoid (external) $ 803
Excision of hemorrhoid (internal/external) $ 1112
Anal sphincterotomy for anal fissure $ 527
Office visit, new patient $ 202
Office visit, established patient $ 143-209

*The initial consultation is required. We will charge you for both the office visit and the anoscopy, so your total initial charge will be $344. This is a discounted rate for patients who pay with cash, check or charge card. When we apply for payment to insurance companies, a higher standard rate structure is used.

Unfortunately, we no longer accept HealthPartners, Ucare and Medicare. You can still see Dr. Shu if you are willing to pay an out-of-network expense or use your Health Savings Account (HSA).  We offer another 10% discount in addition to the already low cost of our office procedures.
 

Costs of Typical Cases

Case 1
Mr. A was diagnosed with grade 2 internal hemorrhoids. He paid $344 for the initial consultation ($202 for the office visit and $142 for the anoscopy) and $1560 for four infrared coagulation (IRC) treatments ($360 per session). His total hemorrhoid care cost is $1904.

Case 2
Mrs. B was diagnosed with grade 2 internal hemorrhoids and two anal tags. She paid $344 for the initial consultation ($202 for the office visit and $142 for the anoscopy), $1560 for four infrared coagulation (IRC) treatments ($390 per session), and $578 for the anal tag removal. Her total hemorrhoid care cost is $2482.

Case 3
Ms. C was diagnosed with grade 2 internal hemorrhoids and two external hemorrhoids. She paid $344 for the initial consultation ($202 for the office visit and $142 for the anoscopy), $1560 for four infrared coagulation (IRC) treatments ($390 per session), and $803 for the external hemorrhoid removal. Her total hemorrhoid care cost is $2707.

Case 4
Mr. D was diagnosed with grade 2 internal hemorrhoids with rectal bleeding. He is 51 years old and requires a colonoscopy due to his rectal bleeding and age. He paid $344 for the initial consultation ($202 for the office visit and $142 for the anoscopy), $988 for the colonoscopy, and $1560 for four infrared coagulation (IRC) treatments ($390 per session). His total medical care cost is $2892.

*This is a discounted rate for patients who pay with cash, check or credit card. When we apply for payment to insurance companies, a higher standard rate structure is used.

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