It’s important to understand that you’re responsible for payment, regardless of your insurance coverage or other factors involved in your treatment. When hospitalized, we’ll request your insurance information and card for verification. A deposit may be required if your insurance doesn’t cover the full anticipated bill. We’ll bill your insurance company, but you’ll need to pay deductibles, co-payments, and any difference between estimated coverage and hospital charges upon discharge. Payment can be made in cash, check, money order, or using major credit cards. Online payment options are also available.
If you anticipate problems, arrange financing ahead of time with your credit union, bank, or personal funds. Slow insurance payments can be problematic, potentially requiring you to pay the bill in full if your insurance carrier doesn’t meet payment deadlines. We encourage you to address this issue directly with your insurance company. Overpayments will be promptly refunded.