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Unread 02-12-2003, 09:45 PM
Private room (?)

Hi
I go do Pre-ops and register on Monday. I've never had a private room . Do you ask for one and pay the difference of what the insurance pays? I had a reaction to the morphine drip after my TAH and keep the poor lady next to me up all night. I felt so bad, but then she got me back the next day by having 1000 visitors it seemed . The bathroom was on her side so I had to walk past them . Yep I think I will look into this private room thing! LOL Anyone have any info about it?????
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Unread 02-12-2003, 10:07 PM
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I'm interested in how long you get to stay???for what exact procedure?? lots of these procedures now-a-days are out patient which I believe is a whole insurance issue but that's a whole nother post

You could probably call the 800 number on the back of your insurance card and talk with a rep. I will warn you though some of them are less than intelligent in there jobs so be sure to get a name etc and maybe even call back and confirm the answer you receive.

Were they able to calm down your reaction last time, I had the same thing happen with the meds they gave me in a pump with my last c-section but they gave me something that kicked the yuckies away immediately. It knocked me out for about 6 hours but ya know sometimes we could use a little anyway!

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Unread 02-12-2003, 10:27 PM
I ask for private room

Hi

I always ask for a private room. I get it if there is one available. At the hospital I'm going to you can't get in the queue for a private room until you actually arrive at the hospital. For my hyster I had a semi-private for the first night and then was moved to a private room. And yes, I paid the difference in price.

Joselle
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Unread 02-13-2003, 09:21 AM
Yes...

Hi,

I asked for a private room pre-admission as I get terribly sick from anaesthetic. I had a private room my first 2 nights then was moved to a semi-private for my final night (the private room was needed for a terminally ill patient.) I have to say, the private room was wonderful with its own bathroom...!

I paid the difference in cost on both rooms and am waiting for reimbursement from my insurance company - they should cover about 1/2.

Sandra
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Unread 02-13-2003, 12:11 PM
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Cindy Lou,
I think it will depend on your insurance company. When I had my last lap the doc was going to keep me overnight and I requested a private room. It was worth my privacy and sanity to pay the difference.

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Unread 02-13-2003, 01:10 PM
Private room (?)

I stayed 2 nights with my hyst and was in a private room both nights. Was told I would have to pay the difference because my insurance wouldn't cover. It was worth it to me. However, as it ended up I was never billed extra for it. Hope you have an uneventful stay at the castle.
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Unread 02-13-2003, 02:55 PM
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depending on your state of mind...
I asked to be placed in the maternity ward: private room, nicer nurses, my own bathroom, babies crying as opposed to alzheimers patients screaming, definately more pleasent surroundings.
Just my opinion, I understand some women have a hard time due to reproductive issues.
I am so glad I was in maternity.
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