Montgomery Eye Center (ASC)

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Price Transparency and Patient Billing

This hyperlink, http://pricing.floridahealthfinder.gov, to the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) pricing website provides information on payments made to the facility for defined service bundles and procedures.

According to AHCA, “the service bundle information is a non-personalized estimate of costs that may be incurred by the patient for anticipated services and…actual costs will be based on services actually provided to the patient.”

No matter which Center For Sight location you visit, our goal is to make paying for your appointment as easy as possible. We offer multiple ways to pay through participating insurance and vision plans. 

If you don’t see your insurance or vision plan listed, or you have any questions or concerns about payment, please contact us.

Estimate of Costs

  • Montgomery Eye Center, LLC provides, as a practice, a personalized estimate (with charges specific to your anticipated procedure) to each patient prior to surgery.
  • Estimates or updated estimates shall also be provided at the request of the patient, prospective patient, or legal guardian within 7 business days from the receipt of the request.
  • Actual costs may exceed the estimate.
  • Please contact your health insurer or HMO for anticipated cost sharing responsibilities.

Financial Information

How much will my procedure cost? Call 239-310-2020 for more information. 

Itemized Statement

  • Montgomery Eye Center, LLC shall provide an itemized statement upon request of the patient or legal representative within 7 business days after patient discharge or 7 business days after the request, whichever is later.

Billing Information and Practices, Collection Process and Financial Assistance

  • We, in general, call to let each patient know the estimate of costs, what insurance will cover, and any patient responsibility prior to the day of surgery.
  • The Center will bill all valid health insurers. Patient responsibility will be collected at the time of surgery.
  • An itemized statement shall be mailed for balances that are the patient’s responsibility.
  • Past due balances will be sent to a Collection Agency.
  • Financial Assistance and Charity Care is available based on individual need.

Other Charges

Services may be provided in this health care facility by the facility as well as by other health care providers that may separately bill you.
Such as:

  • Surgeon Fees—Billed by the Surgeon
  • Pathology Fees—Billed by laboratory
  • Anesthesia Fees—Billed separately by the surgery center
  • Assistant Fees—Billed separately by your physician

Surgical Affiliates

Barrett R. Ginsberg Ophthalmology (239) 325-2015
77 8th St S, Naples, FL 34102

KCP Anesthesia, LLC (239) 310-2020
700 Neapolitan Way, Naples, FL 34103

Buck Anesthesia LLC (239 310-2020
700 Neapolitan Way, Naples, FL 34103

Naples Pathology (239) 263-1777
1110 Pine Ridge Rd Ste 306, Naples, FL 34108

Montgomery Eye Center, LLC is a Center For Sight company.

Montgomery Eye Center, LLC employs and provides services to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, ethnic origin, nationality, sex, handicap, age, or affiliation with fraternal or religious organizations.

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