Why? We are committed to providing you with information about your
estimated out-of-pocket cost as you make health care decisions. Clarke County
Hospital has agreements with many insurance companies that determine the amount
we are paid. Our Financial Counselor will verify your insurance coverage and
benefits, including your plan's required co-payments, deductible cost,
co-insurance and maximum out-of-pocket cost specified in your plan. We can also
discuss your payment options.
3. Use the CCH Cost Estimator Tool
Self-service cost estimates (price estimates) for many common non-emergency procedures and services are now available.
Clarke County Hospital has a new user-friendly tool to help estimate your likely out-of-pocket costs for many common health care procedures (for example, abdominal surgery, joint surgery, obstetric care) and services (such as CT, MRI or ultrasound imaging or laboratory services). The tool is available online:
Price Transparency Machine Readable Link
Why? Having a general idea of your costs for a variety of common types of healthcare procedures and services (such as medical imaging and laboratory costs) through a self-service tool may be useful to you as you plan for upcoming non-emergency care. This self-service price estimating tool is available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
4. Request Financial Assistance
If you are not insured or think you will need help paying your bill, please call 641-342-5288.
Why? Clarke County Hospital has financial assistance policies to assist patients who cannot pay for some or all the care they receive. Our Financial Counselor can also help determine if you are eligible for other coverage or benefits.
Providing Timely and Understandable Charge and Cost Information is Important to Us
Clarke County Hospital is continually working to improve how we share information about our charges and the cost of your care. As you plan your health care needs, be sure to use all the resources on this page and also reach out to your insurance provider.