Vasectomy in Kissimmee, Florida:
BVL Family Medical Center
At BVL Family Medical Center in Kissimmee, no-needle no-scalpel vasectomy services are provided every 2-3 months on special "Vasectomy Days" (Thursday afternoons) by Dr. Doug Stein, a Board-Certified urologist who has performed over 39,000 vasectomies and Dr. John Curington, a Board-Certified Family Medicine specialist, both of whom use no-needle local anesthesia and a no-scalpel technique. For exact dates, see their Outfield Schedule. More information about vasectomy is in the Vasectomy Page of vasweb.com. The fee is $590. A deposit of $100 is required to be scheduled (see below). The counseling process can be done online by (1) reviewing our vasectomy page, (2) viewing the online counseling video, and (3) reading the vasectomy info sheet (this is a PDF file viewable with Acrobat Reader®, available here as a free download if you don't already have a copy of Acrobat Reader® on your computer), which you will be asked to sign before your procedure. So only one visit is required, but you will have Dr. Stein's office, home, and cell phone numbers so that you can always reach him if you have questions after your procedure. You will also be given a mailer, so that you can send a semen sample to our Tampa office 12 weeks after your vasectomy to be sure that your semen is sperm-free. We also strongly encourage you to pre-register on our On-line Vasectomy Registration page.
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If your vasectomy is covered by an insurance company with which Drs. Stein and Curington are contracted providers, your deposit will be returned to you (less your required co-payment) when we are paid by your insurance company. Itemized and properly coded receipts are provided, and these may be submitted to insurance companies with which Dr. Stein is not a contracted provider in an attempt to get reimbursement or credit toward your deductible. To learn whether your insurance company will cover a vasectomy at this site, please call your carrier and ask the 5 questions listed here . For questions about Medicaid, please click here./
If you have no health insurance (Medicaid or private) and your income is low, you may qualify for financial aid under a federal program called Title 10 (click for details) administered by many of Florida's county health departments. The health departments of Orange and Polk Counties have active Title 10 vasectomy assistance programs. The Osceola County Health Department may offer vasectomy assistance under Title 10.