What is the hospital bill for?
Your first bill will include a summary of your charges by department, such as Emergency
Room or urgent care clinic. It may also include total charges, adjustments, payments
and amounts due.
Subsequent bills will only include updates on payments and adjustments
to your account.
If you are unsure about your bill, contact the Coordinated Billing Office (CBO)
for assistance. Hours are
Is this my only bill for these medical services, or can I expect to receive others?
Any physicians or other providers will bill separately for their services. Depending
on your care at
, you may receive a bill from
I'm not sure about some things on my bill. Is there someone I can talk to or
meet with about it?
Call the Coordinated Billing Office (CBO)
1-866-865-0363. Hours are
How can I pay my bill?
You may pay your bill:
When will I receive a bill?
Patients who are self-pay or who have no insurance will receive a bill within one
week of the date of service. Patients who have insurance will receive a bill after
insurance is paid.
When do I become responsible for my bill?
You are responsible for your bill from the time you sign the consent. If you have
insurance, Medicare or Medicaid, we will bill them for you before billing you.
My insurance company says I shouldn't have received a bill from the hospital.
What should I do?
Why did you bill the wrong insurance?
We may have been given the wrong information or did not update our system. Call
the Coordinated Billing Office (CBO)
1-866-865-0363, and we will update your insurance
to re-file. Hours are