Financial Considerations

Medical insurance can be complicated and confusing. We have several patient accounts representatives who can help you understand your bill and answer any questions you may have regarding your account. Our financial counselors can help to determine if you are eligible for financial assistance if you do not have medical insurance, services you receive are not covered by your insurance, or you are unable to pay your insurance deductible.

About Your Bill

If you have insurance, your bill will be sent to the insurer first. If there is a balance due after your insurance company has paid its portion, you will receive a bill within one week
after the insurance payment. If you do not have insurance, you should receive a bill within two weeks of going home from the hospital. If you are unable to fully pay your bill, please call one of our self-pay numbers listed below.

Charges on your bill include fees for general nursing care, supplies, and other services including operating room, diagnostic testing, and therapies. You may receive a separate bill from specialists who treated you or read any of your tests, such as radiologists, urologists, and pathologists.

Patient Account Representatives

If you have any questions or would like to receive a copy of your bill, contact the Patient Accounts Department.
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