For Patients

Your Appointment

Thank-you for choosing Collier Endoscopy and Surgery Center. To schedule or cancel a procedure, please call 239-594-5243.

What do I need to bring the day of my procedure?

  • Your insurance card and ID
  • Leave valuables and jewelry at home
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes.
  • Bring the name and phone number of the person who will be taking you home. You will not be permitted to drive, take a taxi or uber alone or leave the center without an adult chaperone.
  • Please remember to bring your CESC Packet that was given to you at time of scheduling, or you can download and print one by clicking here.

Keep You Safe During COVID-19

In these uncertain times, your safety is our utmost concern. You may be hesitant to seek medical care, but rest assured that we are uniquely positioned to deliver high-quality care while minimizing exposure to infection.

Our surgery center is a controlled space, staffed by providers who understand and have experience in managing infection and disease. Providing exceptional infection control precautions is simply a daily way of life for us.

Please be aware that we are taking further steps to ensure your safety and comfort.

Step 1: Our Patients

  • We are taking extra precautions to pre-screen patients prior to their arrival at the center. We are rescheduling any patient who does not meet our strict health guidelines.
  • Patients will need to wear a mask over the nose and mouth.
  • We will contact you prior to your procedure with specific instructions to follow upon your arrival at the center.
  • If a patient escort needs to enter the center, they must undergo the same health screening patients will be subject to and follow all applicable center safety measures.

Step 2: Our Staff

  • All center staff will undergo daily screenings for symptoms of illness.
  • Clinical and business staff will wear surgical masks at all times.
  • Social distancing measures have been implemented. This includes:
    • limiting the number of patients in the center at any given time
    • spacing out chairs, so they are at least six feet apart in the waiting area
    • minimizing patient touchpoints

Step 3: Our Center

  • We follow nationally recommended best practices to keep our centers clean and safe.
  • Only EPA-registered cleaning products are used, and waiting areas are cleaned at least twice a day. This includes high touch surfaces such as chair arms, doorknobs, tabletops, countertops, handles, sinks and faucets.
  • We clean every procedure room both before and after every patient. In addition, we clean all of our public areas throughout the day and are minimizing traffic in those areas.
  • Tissues and sanitizer will be available near the front desk.
  • Our cleaning procedures adhere to the most stringent Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations and are regularly reviewed by both CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and our accreditation organization The Joint Commission.