Private Surgery for GYN

Private surgery in Canada and the US can be expensive, especially if you don’t know where and how to look. Health Vantis has a prime location for Canadians looking to arrange private GYN surgery.  That location is in New York City.  Who doesn’t like to travel to the Big Apple?   This location has several direct flights coming from Canada to 3 different airports in the surrounding areas so logistically, there is not a better place to travel.  

The bonus to this facility is that the pricing is very competitive, in some cases, much more affordable than other locations we can offer.  The surgeons are top notch in their specialty and you are able to review their credentials and pick which one you’d like to have your surgery with. 

Health Vantis manages your case from start to finish.  We will get your consultation arranged, transfer the medical records, assist with pre and post-op requirements, book your travel and accommodations, prepare border letters and also handle the airline fit to travel guidelines with handicap assistance for your trip home.

Listed below are some of the private GYN surgeries offered.  Pricing is all-inclusive with surgeon fee, anesthesia fee, facility fee and Health Vantis’s fee for managing your case.

Bladder Prolapse Repair (Anterior Colporrhaphy) $6,599 USD Surgical repair of the front wall of the vagina.

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy $9,570 USD Small incisions made in the abdomen near the navel area to remove the uterus with the aid of a thin, flexible tube containing a video camera.

Hysteroscopy, Endometrial Ablation $7150 USD A procedure to remove a thin layer of the endometrium tissue that lines the inside uterus.

Pelvic Floor Repair (Posterior Colporrhaphy) $6,599 USD Surgical repair of the back wall of the vagina.

Hysteroescopy with Biopsy $6,599 USD Exam of the inside cervix and uterus using a thin, lighted, flexible tube called a hysteroscope.  Tissue samples are removed and in some cases polyps or fibroids.

Polypectomy $1,899 USD – The removal of an abnormal growth of tissue.

For more information about how Health Vantis can assist you in booking your private GYN surgery at this location or elsewhere, please reach out to us at 877-344-3544 or

Private ACL MCL Surgery in Canada or the USA

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) or medial collateral ligament (MCL) tear can be very painful. Both are injuries to the knee and understandably can bring difficulty in walking, standing, or even sleeping. The surgery to fix the tears involves making small incisions to reconstruct the ligaments using an allograft (tissue taken from another person) or autograft (a patient’s own tissue). It is an arthroscopic surgery. It is a day surgery so you would have it in the morning and be discharged in the afternoon to recover at home or hotel.

It is definitely something that most people do not want to wait a long time to have fixed. However, it is still considered an elective surgery, and therefore, Canadians are put on the waitlist. The waitlists vary from province to province.

If you are experiencing delays and the mobility issue is affecting your ability to work and enjoy life, we can connect you to a private facility and make all the logistical arrangements for you. We work with some of the most skilled surgeons here in Canada and in the US. We have been guiding our clients through their medical travel for over 5 years.

So, what is required to get started? We will need your medical records, most notably, the diagnostic tests such as MRI and X-ray of the area. If you have seen any specialists about the issue, their notes are also very helpful. Usually, we can arrange a review of medical records within 3-5 business days. The actual surgery can happen 1-4 weeks after the medical records review and this timing will depend on your surgeon and your availability.

To find out more information please give us a call toll-free 877 344 3544 or email us at

Private MRI in Canada

Diagnostic test such as an MRI is done to help the doctor see what may be happening in your body. It helps diagnose or investigate conditions that affect soft tissue, such as muscles, ligaments, and others. It can be used to diagnose spinal cord disorders, brain tumors, stroke, muscle or ligament tears, and many other medical conditions.

Even though the suspected reasons for an MRI referral can be many, including some that are scarier than others, the wait times can be long. Canadians can wait months if not years for a non-urgent MRI. Needless to say, it can be unsettling and frustrating to many people who have not even been told when their turn for an MRI is. They are just waiting in hopes that it will be soon.

Luckily, there are a few private facilities in Canada that offer a private MRI. All they need is a referral from your doctor and they will be able to fit you in much sooner than the public system. In some provinces it can happen as early as the next day and in some within a couple of weeks.

How would you go about finding these facilities? We made a comprehensive list right here. The list includes the facility name, location, contact info, cost range, and other details. It can be purchased here for a very low price of $19.99 plus tax. Instead of spending your precious time googling and calling, our file gives you all the important info you will need to call the facility and schedule your private MRI.

Private Myomectomy in Canada or USA

Myomectomy is a surgery to remove fibroids. Removing fibroids can be beneficial for several different reasons. It helps relieve heavy menstrual bleeding and bleeding between periods, thus minimizing monthly blood loss and possible iron-deficiency anemia and it can relieve pelvic pain and pressure as well.  It is also an alternative to hysterectomy because it leaves the uterus intact so that women can get pregnant if so desired.

There are three types of myomectomies. Which one is right for you will depend on your situation and size and location of the fibroids. Your options can be discussed with an experienced private GYN surgeon. They will answer all the questions you may have regarding the procedure, its risks and benefits.

Hysteroscopic myomectomy is the least invasive of the three. The fibroids are removed through the vagina and cervix with the help of a hysteroscope. Since there are no incisions made the recovery is fast, about 48 hours. Only certain types of fibroids can be removed with hysteroscopic myomectomy.

Laparoscopic or robotic-assisted myomectomy is also a minimally invasive procedure. A tiny camera with light, a laparoscope, or a robotic arm are used to remove the fibroids. The incisions are usually small and the recovery time is two to three weeks.

Open, or abdominal myomectomy is done through an incision in the abdominal wall. It can be recommended if there are a lot of fibroids or very large fibroids. This one carries more risks and oftentimes requires a longer stay at the medical facility or hospital. The recovery is also the longest, about four to six weeks.

There are options for private myomectomies in Canada or the USA. Please contact us by email or by toll-free phone 877 344 3544 to find out more.

Private Fibroid Removal Surgery in Canada or USA

Many women come to us asking about private uterine fibroid removal. Depending on your circumstances and review of your medical records we can assist in arranging this surgery in a timely manner at a private surgical facility in the USA or Canada. We usually ask our clients to have a recent (within the last 6 months) ultrasound or MRI of the uterus. The diagnostics provide more information on the location and size of the fibroid(s).

Uterine fibroids can be small, less than 1 cm to 5 cm, medium, 5 cm to 10 cm, or large, over 10 cm. They can be on the outside of the uterus, inside the muscles of the uterus or in the uterine cavity. They can cause complications like excessive bleeding and reproductive problems. They are benign, or noncancerous. Depending on the size it is sometimes not possible to remove them laparoscopically.

For smaller fibroids inside the uterine cavity, your surgeon may recommend a hysteroscopic myomectomy. It’s the most minimally invasive procedure to treat fibroids. The fibroids are accessed and removed using instruments inserted through the vagina and cervix into the uterus.

For bigger fibroids inside the muscles or outside the uterus, a laparoscopic myomectomy may be offered. For large fibroids, an open or abdominal myomectomy can be recommended. Both of these are surgeries and are done under general anesthesia.

If you are looking for options in private fibroid removal, please email us or call us at toll-free 877 344 3544 to find out more information.