Costs

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 never sacrifice our quality of service.

Typically, an office procedure is only fractional cost of 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 high deductible or high co-payment, use a health saving account (HSA), or are uninsured, One Stop Medical Center is your ideal choice. For uninsured patients, we offer another 10-20% discount in addition to the already low cost of our office procedures.

Samples of the estimated cost for the self-pay patients.

Anoscopy $150
Excision of thromobosed external hemorrhoid $472
Removal of anal tag (multiple) $612
Hemorrhoid banding $442
IRC treatment of hemorrhoids $390
Excision of hemorrhoid (external) $850
Anal sphincterotomy for anal fissure $558
Vasectomy $690 (Edina, MN), Orlando, FL
Vasectomy Reversal $2750, All Inclusive
Adult Hydrocele $2500 unilateral, or $3000 bilateral
Adult Circumcision $2000
Spider vein laser treatment $351
Sclerotherapy for varicose veins $351
Endovenous Laser Ablation (one leg) $2400
Mini Phlebectomy $628
Ingrown nail removal $425
Nail fungus laser treatment $385
I & D Abscess $241 – $396
Punch biopsy $223
Skin tag removal (<15) $380
Destroy 1 skin lesion 174
Destroy a flat wart $309
Skin lesion excision $262-$490
Tumor excision, such as lipoma $950-1600
Excision of ganglion $1000
Office visit, new patient $160-$312
Office visit, established patient $151-$221

 

*The initial consultation is required.  If you are a hemorrhoid self pay patient, we charge you for both the office visit and anoscopy, and total charge of the initial consultation is $363.  We don’t charge the initial consultation for the vasectomy patients for the same day procedure.

**This is a discounted rate (10-20%) 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.