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To ensure we can continue serving our patients efficiently, please print and complete all relevant forms before your appointment and bring them with you on the day.

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FAQs

What should I bring to my first visit?
Prior to your visit with us please print and fill out the New Patient Packet. Doing this will help speed up the process of your first visit with us. Also, bring your insurance card, a photo ID, any medications you are currently taking, and our triage nurse will go over your history and any relevant personal issues.
What types of insurance do you accept?
  • Aetna
  • America’s 1st Chioce
  • BCBS
  • BCBS Medicare Blue
  • Blue Choice
  • Care Improvement
  • Cigna/Great West
  • Consumers Choice Health Plan
  • Coventry/First Choice
  • Health Spring
  • Humana
  • Instill Health/Tricare
  • Medcost
  • MedMutual/CHP/Supermed
  • Optimum Health (PHCS, Beechstreet, PCIP, CHP, Humana, including HMO and Choice Care)
  • Secure Horizons
  • Southeast Community Care
  • Sterling Medicare
  • Today’s Option
  • UHC-Golden Rule,UMR,AARP
  • Wellpath
  • Windsor Health Plan
What do I need to know about scheduling surgery?
Note to all surgery patients
  • Please allow 7-10 business days for the scheduler to call you, as the scheduler only schedules surgery on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Please be advised if you call on a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday it will be the following Tuesday or Thursday before your call is returned.
Procedure for all outpatient cases:
  • No in-office pre-op appointment is required (unless the surgery scheduler advices you differently).
  • All surgery deposits are due (to the office) by the date of your hospital assessment or phone assessment. You can pay your deposit by coming by the office or paying over the phone.
  • If you are under the age of 50, you will be scheduled a telephone assessment with the hospital.
    • The hospital will call you on the date scheduled.
    • After your phone assessment, if required, you will need to go to the Outpatient Lab @ 135 Commonwealth Drive, Suite 255 to have your labs drawn either the same day or the following day after your telephone assessment.
  • If you are 50 or older, you will have a scheduled pre-op appointment at the hospital.
    • If your surgery is scheduled at SFWH, you will go to Entrance A.
    • If your surgery is scheduled at St. Francis D-town, you will go to the Outpatient Center @ 3 St. Francis Drive Greenville 29601.
  • The hospital will call the day before surgery with the time you need to be at the hospital. Note: Surgery times can change, so be there at the time the hospital gives you.
  • All outpatient cases are scheduled to come back for a 2-week post-op appointment in the office. You will be scheduled a date and time.
    • Be advised that Hysteroscopy D&C and Endometrial ablation surgeries are required to have a post-op, but there is a charge for the post-op visit (there is no global post-op with either of these procedures).
    • If you are a patient of Dr. Stoner, once you are released from the Dr. Fuller or Dr. Godwin’s care you can go back to seeing Dr. Stoner.
  • Once the scheduler has all appointments and surgery scheduled, you will receive a letter confirming all your appointments.
Robotic Hysterectomy Surgery with Dr. Godwin
  • All hysterectomy surgeries will be scheduled an in-office pre-op with Dr. Godwin and also a hospital pre-op the same day as the office pre-op.
    • All hospital pre-ops are scheduled at the Outpatient Center at St. Francis Downtown @ 3 St. Francis Drive.
  • All hysterectomy surgeries are scheduled as outpatient 23-hour observation.
    • You will stay 1 night in the hospital and Dr. Godwin will discharge you the next morning (as long as you are well to leave).
  • All surgery deposits are due at your office pre-op appointment.
  • The hospital will call the day before surgery with the time you need to be at the hospital. Note: Surgery times can change, so be there at the time the hospital gives you.
  • All hysterectomy surgeries will have a 4-week post-op appointment with Dr. Godwin.
    • If you are a patient of Dr. Stoner, once you are released from Dr. Godwin’s care you can go back to seeing Dr. Stoner.
  • Once the scheduler has all appointments and surgery scheduled, you will receive a letter confirming all your appointments.
All Hysterectomy cases and A&P Repairs Surgery with Dr. Fuller
  • All surgeries will be scheduled an in-office pre-op with Dr. Fuller and also a hospital pre-op the same day as the office pre-op.
    • All hospital pre-ops are scheduled at the SFWH Outpatient Center (Entrance A).
  • All surgeries are scheduled as outpatient 23-hour observation (unless told otherwise).
    • You will stay 1 night in the hospital and Dr. Fuller will discharge you the next morning (as long as you are well to leave).
  • All surgery deposits are due at your office pre-op appointment.
  • The hospital will call the day before surgery with the time you need to be at the hospital. Note: Surgery times can change, so be there at the time the hospital gives you.
  • All hysterectomy surgeries will have a 2-week post-op appointment with Dr. Fuller.
    • If you are a patient of Dr. Stoner, once you are released from Dr. Fuller’s care you can go back to seeing Dr. Stoner.
  • Once the scheduler has all appointments and surgery scheduled, you will receive a letter confirming all your appointments.
If I start my period can I still have my annual exam?
An annual exam can still be done if you start a cycle, unless the bleeding is heavy. The new type of pap smear will not be compromised by mild spotting.
What if I miss a birth control pill?
If you forget to take a birth control, take is as soon as you remember. If you don't remember until the next day, take 2 pills that day. If you forget 2 days in a row, take 2 pills the day you remember, and 2 pills the next day. if you miss more than 2 pills, you will need to discard the remainder of your pack and restart a new pack with your next cycle. Anytime you forget a pill, you must use another form of birth control until you finish the pill pack.
If I’m scheduled for surgery, and I start my period do I need to reschedule?
Starting a cycle will not affect any surgery except a CKC. All other surgeries can still be performed without a problem.
Is irregular bleeding common when starting a new birth control?
Yes. When starting a new birth control, you can expect 2-3 cycles of irregular spotty bleeding. You should contact your physician if it continues more than 3 cycles of becomes heavy.

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Minimally Invasive Surgery

We offer leading options for minimally invasive surgery—both through the expertise of our providers and through our partnership with Bon Secours St. Francis Health System.

Learn more about minimally invasive surgery through the Center of Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology at St. Francis, or check out this article from GreenvilleOnline.com.


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