Billing and Payment Information
During your hospitalization, daily charges for services will be billed
to your account. Upon discharge, we will forward a claim to your insurance company.
You may also receive separate bills for your attending physicians as well
as any other physicians involved in your care. These may include the anesthesiologist,
pathologist, radiation oncologist, surgeon, and assistant surgeon. If
you have any questions regarding these bills, contact the physician at
the number provided on your statement. For more information regarding
medical center billing, please contact a Customer Service Representative
at (707) 257-4095.
Understanding Your Bill Brochure
Paying Your Bill
A Customer Service Representative from Patient Financial Services can assist
you with your insurance claims and payment of any uninsured services.
In order to submit your claim, you will be expected to provide your insurance
information. Authorization or referral may be required by your insurance
company and must be obtained prior to services.
You may want to pay deductibles and estimated co-insurance prior to your
hospital visit by phone or onsite. Discover, American Express, Visa, MasterCard
and debit cards are accepted by phone. All forms of payment are accepted
onsite. We are happy to answer any questions about your bill.
Please see the
Glossary of Terms for explanations of commonly used terms.
Customer Service Representatives are available Monday thru Thursday 9:00am
to 4:00pm and Friday 9:00am to noon. Call (707) 257-4095 for information.
The Concierge and Registrars located in the Main Lobby can accept payments
and answer questions from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Friday. Registrars
located in the Emergency Department can also accept payments and answer
questions 24 hours a day.
For more information regarding assistance in paying your medical center
bill, please see our Financial Assistance Program below.
At Queen of the Valley Medical Center, our mission is to provide quality
care to all our patients, regardless of ability to pay. We believe that
no one should delay seeking needed medical care because they lack health
insurance or are worried about their ability to pay for their care.
here to learn more about our Financial Assistance Program.