There are a lot of 99215 codes on that list. Are they really high complexity visits? Contraceptive counseling and abnormal pap do not seem to justify 99215 at face value...
As to the modifier, for the 81000- no modifier, 96372-no modifier, 88143- no modifier.
I'll leave the surgical procedures to someone more knowledgeable.
First, I agree with 99215 seeming like an unusually high level for some of these things. I am also wondering if these E/M's were separately identifiable to the procedures being performed. According the diagnoses you included, they don't appear to be. In fact, I'm wondering if the patient came to the clinic knowing she was having those procedures.
57454 and 57505 - it is inappropriate to report these procedures together.
58558 and 58120 - it is inappropriate to report these procedures together.
57522 and 58120 - without seeing the procedure note, I can not help you determine if it is appropriate to report these two procedures together. Based on the above coding you provided, my instinct is to say that it isn't.