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What is the ColonoscopyAssist Program About?

  • The ColonoscopyAssist program promotes colon cancer screening among the uninsured community
  • The following tests are provided at heavily discounted rates:
    1. Colonoscopy
    2. Upper Endoscopy
    3. Cologuard
    4. FIT
  • Financial assistance is provided to patients unable to afford the tests.
  • The program focuses on removing financial barriers to CRC screening.



Program Details

The ColonoscopyAssist Program

ColonoscopyAssist helps the uninsured and self-pay communities by providing select tests and procedures at very discounted rates. The program also offers various financial assistance to anyone unable to afford the discounted rates.

With a network of providers in 30 states, the program is able to provide colonoscopy and upper endoscopy procedures to patients in most metropolitan regions of the USA. The program also offers Cologuard and colon cancer screening stool tests via postal mail.

Services Offered

Service Price Geographic Availability
$1075 - $1275 See Locations
Upper Endoscopy / EGD $975 - $1275 See Locations
Cologuard $599 Nationwide
Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) $25 Nationwide
Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT)
$25 Nationwide

Follow up Lab Tests and Diagnostic Imaging is also available at discounted rates.

» Learn more about our Colonoscopy program
» Learn more about our Upper Endoscopy program
» Learn more about our Cologuard program
» Learn more about our FOBT program

Financial Assistance

Patients unable to afford the discounted rates are able to access the following financial assistances available from ColonoscopyAssist :

  • Get Healthy Grant
  • Prep Medicince Assistance
  • Interest Free Payment Plans
  • Lay Away Plans
  • Fund My Colonoscopy
  • Follow Up Care Assistance

Additional details about our Financial Assistance can be found at :
» Financial Assistance for Uninsured Individuals

Did you know?

  • 1 in 19 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer.
  • Colon Cancer is the 3rd leading cause of deaths in the US
  • Colon Cancer is completely avoidable with regular screening

Did you know?

Pathology is often the most expensive part of a Colonoscopy. Polyps and biopsies are routinely sent to a pathology lab for testing resulting in hefty bills after the procedure.

The ColonoscopyAssist Program includes pathology costs in its flat all inclusive rate.