About Endoscopy Center of Santa Monica
At Endoscopy Center of Santa Monica, our goal is to ensure you have a positive experience as we work with your physician and their staff to coordinate your care with us. Your physician is an integral part of Endoscopy Center of Santa Monica. They have chosen our center as the facility to meet your healthcare needs.
Local physicians, and subsequently their patients, put a great deal of trust in our center to provide some of the highest-quality procedures in Santa Monica and the surrounding areas. We strive to meet those expectations and consistently deliver a high standard of care to each patient that comes through our doors. By working collaboratively with your physician, you can trust that we take the time to understand your specific needs and work to provide surgical solutions that are designed to get you back on the path to health and wellness.
Coordinating with Your Physician
Now that your physician has determined you’re in need of a procedure, we’ve been contacted by your physician’s office for scheduling. Prior to your procedure being scheduled, we received your insurance information and an authorization from your insurance company for you to receive care at our facility. When we received your insurance authorization, we also confirmed your insurance information to verify that you are an eligible patient for a procedure at our facility based upon your health plan.
Am I Ready for my Procedure?
Your physician may have given you instructions about what you needed to do before your procedure. Please follow their instructions.
If you have any questions about your pre-procedure prep instructions, please contact your physician’s office.
Get In Touch With Us
If you would like to receive more information or to provide us with feedback on those areas where we have done well, and those where we may need to improve, please fill out the form below and a representative will get back to you shortly. If this is a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. For your security, please do not use email to share personal information, health information, social security numbers or credit card numbers. Instead, we recommend contacting your clinic and/or doctor directly.