FCAA has been providing first class quality care in the Mid-Atlantic Region since 2004. Our board-certified or board-eligible anesthesiologists and highly-qualified Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) understand that patients deserve the very best service during this stressful time. Our providers care for patients throughout the entire surgical process- before, during, and after. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask your anesthesiologist. Your safety and comfort are our primary concern.

Check out our FAQ’s section to quickly find answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about anesthesia.


First Colonies Anesthesia Associates uses an outside billing company to manage our billing and practice management needs, allowing for more focus and time with our patients. Review the Billing FAQ’s below or contact the staff at abeo at 888-276-1910 to address any questions you have or pay your bill.

abeo Management Corporation | www.abeo.comphone: 888.276.1910  | fax: 240.566.1605 


Why did I receive multiple bills for my visit?

FCAA’s anesthesia providers are not employed by the facilities where we provide care. Fees for anesthesia are billed separately. You may receive separate bills from the surgeon, hospital, or surgery center for their fees.

Will I receive a bill from the hospital for Anesthesia?

Hospitals and surgery centers often include in their bill any supplies, equipment and medications relating to anesthesia, but not anesthesia services.

Does FCAA accept my insurance?

FCAA currently participates with a majority of the area’s major insurance carriers, including many smaller insurance providers. If you do not see your insurance provider below, please contact our billing partner, abeo, at 888-276-1910 to see if we accept your carrier.

Participating insurance carriers:

    • Adventist HealthNet
    • Aetna
    • Carefirst
    • Cigna
    • Johns Hopkins Health Plan
    • Kaiser Permanente
    • Multiplan
    • Tricare
    • OneNet

    • United Healthcare
    • Medicare and Medicaid


Did you bill my insurance?

If you provided your insurance information at the facility where your procedure is performed, FCAA will file a claim with your insurance carrier. Depending on your plan, you may be required to pay a portion of the bill as a result of your plan’s deductible, co-insurance and/or co-pay. For specific details on your obligations, please contact your insurance carrier.

How can I pay my bill?

FCAA accepts payment by personal check, MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and AMEX. When paying by personal check, please make checks payable to First Colonies Anesthesia Associates LLC and include the bottom portion of your statement when mailing. To pay your bill online by credit card, click here. To pay your bill by phone or discuss other payment options, please call our billing partner, abeo, at 888-276-1910.

Is it possible to get an estimated cost?

Yes, please call our billing partner abeo at 888-276-1910. To ensure we are able to provide you an accurate estimate, be prepared to provide them with the surgical procedure’s CPT code and the surgeon’s estimated length of time for the surgery. Please note this is an estimate only. The actual cost of the surgery could vary and is based on the time of surgery, health status, and final procedure performed.

What if I do not have insurance?

FCAA offers payment alternatives for those individuals that may be uninsured or unable to pay due to financial hardships. Please contact our billing partner, abeo, at 888-276-1910 to discuss payment options, should you be unable to pay your bill in full.



First Colonies Anesthesia Associates, (FCAA) takes matters of patient privacy very seriously. FCAA follows HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations closely to ensure patient medical information is protected.  Our anesthesiologists,CRNAs and supporting staff receive HIPAA training and notifications annually and as new regulations are released.  Below are our Notice of Privacy Practices for your review and our Anesthesia Consent Form. Contact our office for more information.

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 Anesthesia Consent Formdownload