Office Consult: starting at $125 (fee waived if surgery is performed)

Post-Op Follow up: Included with the surgical fee

Step One:

Obtain a referral to CHS from your primary care physician

Step Two:

Schedule a consultation with a CHS specialist

Step Three:

Schedule your procedure . . . our team will take it from there

Procedures performed with local anesthesia only

  • Lesion removal:  starting at $150
  • Laceration repair:  starting at $150
  • Excision of subcutaneous mass: starting at $300
  • Incision and Drainage of abscess $500
  • Vasectomy: $600
  • Excision Thrombosed Hemorrhoid Banding – $400
  • Pilonidal Cyst Excision – simple: $1,450 (without sedation)
  • Ganglion cyst excision: $2,000
  • Trigger Finger repair:  $650
  • Carpal Tunnel Release: $2,000

Surgery Performed with IV Sedation

  • Breast Biopsy: $1,995
  • Repair of Anal Fissure (lateral): $2,500
  • Hydrocelectomy:  $3,000
  • Hemorrhoidectomy:  $3,000
  • Repair of Anal Fistula (simple):  $2,800
  • Incision and Drainage of peri-rectal abscess:  $2,500
  • Excision of Axillary or Inguinal lymph node:  $2,700
  • Carpal Tunnel Release (with IV sedation):  $2,200
  • Excision of Ganglion Cyst (with IV sedation): $2,200
  • Umbilical or epigastric hernia (small):  $3,000
  • Varicose Vein surgery, High ligation and stripping:  $3,500

Endoscopy (includes sedation)

  • EGD (includes sedation):  $800 
  • EGD with biopsy:  $850 
  • Colonoscopy (includes sedation):  $950
  • Colonoscopy with polypectomy ( 3 or less):  $1,100
  • Colonoscopy with polypectomy ( more than 3):  $1,200

Surgery performed at the Muskegon Surgery Center

  • Umbilical Hernia (large):  $4,300
  • Inguinal Hernia:  $4,300
  • Gallbladder Removal:  $5,552
  • Hemorrhoidectomy, complex:  $3,610
  • Repair Anal Fistula, complex:  $3,430

Procedures or surgeries undertaken as self-pay cash bundled services do not require prior authorization from insurers, often allowing for more timely care. At times, our office can arrange a same-day consultation and surgery.

Pathology

Some procedures and surgeries require submitting tissue for pathology. This is a separate fee and varies depending on the nature of the specimen. Patient Services personnel can provide an estimate of pathology fees.