Eviva Payment Options
Financing your surgery can help when your insurance doesn’t cover costs associated with weight loss surgery or you have a significant co-payment. By financing, you have the opportunity to get your procedure done whenever you are ready.
Some patients have financed their medical costs through bank or credit union loans or equity lines of credit. Others have used income tax refunds or borrowed from their retirement funds. In addition, there are special companies whose primary objective is to assist by providing affordable financing for medical procedures.
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Eviva does not endorse or recommend any particular financing arrangement. This is a personal decision that must be made by each individual.
We’re proud of our comprehensive program, among the most competitively priced in the region. Our program includes the complete follow-up support with monthly visits to track and enforce your progress. By working with us, you have joined a great team!
Our fee includes*
- Hospital/Facility Fees
- Anesthesiology services
- Surgeon/Procedure Fees
- Nutrition health services
- Support group access
* This price does not include initial consultation, pre-screening assessments or diagnostic testing fees. Program details and costs are explained in detail during your intake appointment after you have completed your surgical consultation.
It’s important to understand your insurance coverage and the criteria necessary for you to be covered by your provider. This step is necessary to complete before surgery can be scheduled.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The patient is responsible for understanding and meeting the criteria for insurance approval; your Eviva Insurance Coordinator will help guide you through the Insurance approval process. Eviva does not take responsibility for criteria not met by the patient.
Patients will receive any needed assistance with understanding insurance eligibility. As every insurance policy varies in criteria, your policy criteria may require multiple components. The patient is responsible for helping procure needed documentation. Our Insurance Coordinator will guide you through the process all the way to your anticipated approval.