Everything you need to prepare for your next appointment is right here including admission forms, prep instructions, what to wear, and arrival and transportation instructions.
What to Know
Please bring the following to your procedure:
- Your insurance card(s).
- Driver’s License or Photo ID.
- A list of your current medications.
- Co-pay or deductible, as determined by your insurance company.
- Leave valuables and jewelry at home.
- Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes.
- Plan to arrive at the center one hour prior to the procedure.
- You should expect a stay of two to three hours total.
*Bring the name and phone number of the person who will be taking you home (must be 16 years or older with a valid driver’s license) because you will not be permitted to drive, take a taxi alone, or leave the center without an adult chaperone.
Everything you need to prepare for your next appointment is right here including admission forms,
prep instructions, what to wear, and arrival and transportation instructions.
Dr. Michael S. Lindner
Dr. Jeff Bullock
Dr. Antonio Serna
Dr. Shailesh Kadakia
Dr. John J. Alvarez
- DO carefully read and review your colonoscopy prep instructions
- CONFIRM transportation the day of your procedure. You MUST have a person 18 years of age or older who can sign discharge forms and take you home after the procedure is complete.Transportation MUST be CONFIRMED at check-in or your procedure will be rescheduled. Use of a taxi service or other ride share/public transport is NOT allowed WITHOUT AN ESCORT age 18 years old or over.
- DO wear loose, comfortable clothing, including cotton socks which may be left on during the procedure.
- DO bring your government-issued photo I.D. (driver’s license, passport, etc.)
- Be sure to bathe or shower prior to leaving your home before attending your procedure
- DO continue to take any blood pressure or heart medications in the morning with only a sip of water. These are the only medications you may take the morning of the procedure.
- If you are diabetic, DO take your blood sugar level at home before attending your procedure
- If you use as inhaler, DO use it prior to arrival and bring it to the center with you
- DO bring a list of all your medications with dosage and frequency
- Don’t wear jewelry (this includes wedding rings, earrings, and body piercings)
- Don’t wear high-heeled shoes
- Do NOT bring any valuable personal items such as cellphones, tablets, laptops, keys, or jewelry
- Do NOT apply lotion to your arms or chest before the procedure