Billing and Insurance Questions
Your hospital bill and your insurance plan can sometimes be hard to understand, but you deserve to know exactly what the costs will be for your treatment. That’s why we have dedicated staff available to help you understand any billing and insurance issues that may arise.
We ask that deductibles, co-payments and other charges not covered by your insurance be paid before leaving the hospital. Accepted forms of payment are cash, personal check, electronic fund transfer (EFT) and credit card. Payment may be made with a financial counselor in the Registration Department.
Bill Pay Options
When you need to make a payment for medical services, you can choose the payment option that works best for you, whether it’s in person, by mail or online through our Online Bill Pay service.
Questions about Your Bill
If you have concerns or questions about your bill after you’ve been discharged, please contact us. You will receive a statement in the mail that details any remaining balance after your insurance company has processed your claim. Payment is due upon receipt and may be made by cash, personal check or credit card.