Hospital Pricing Information
As required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) our hospital has provided a complete list of charges for all services and items provided by our facility. A comprehensive list, generally referred to as the hospital’s “chargemaster,” includes the standard charges established by the hospital for individual services and supplies provided, and may be accessed below.
For Insured Patients:
When reviewing charges, it is important to note that actual payment rates for hospital care provided to insured patients are:
- negotiated with health plans,
- set by the federal government for Medicare, or
- set by state governments for Medicaid
If you have private insurance and are interested in understanding what your “out-of-pocket” costs may be for the care you receive at our hospital, your health care insurance company will be in the best position to help you understand these costs, and we encourage you to contact them.
For Uninsured Patients:
Uninsured patients are not generally expected to pay the hospital’s standard charges, and may be eligible for financial assistance through the hospital’s Compact with the Uninsured. At our hospital, all patients will be treated fairly and with respect during and after their treatment, and regardless of their ability to pay for the services they receive. Patients without insurance will be offered reasonable payments, charity care (if they qualify, sliding fee scales and payment schedules and, subject to their acceptance of the offer, will be billed at discounted local market rates.
If you have Medicare or Medicaid, or do not have medical insurance, you may contact our hospital’s patient financial services department for estimates or additional information.
For any other questions, please call 520-432-6458
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