Pawnee Valley Community Hospital & Pawnee Valley Medical Associates are pleased to provide this information to help you understand the billing process. The patient or the guarantor is responsible for assuring that the financial obligations of his/her hospital care are fulfilled as promptly as possible. The following information is supplied to assist you in settling your accounts.
A summary bill is mailed to the person responsible for the bill (the guarantor) for each account, and if insured, a claim is submitted to your insurance company. After all insurances have paid, a statement requesting payment of the balance will be sent to the guarantor. Payments may be made by cash, personal check, or money order. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. If you have health insurance and feel your insurance company has not paid in accordance with your health plan, please contact your insurance company before calling Pawnee Valley Community Hospital and/or Pawnee Valley Medical Associates. It is to your benefit to assist in the collection process from the insurance company, as unpaid bills may affect your credit standing.
When calling the hospital or clinic’s billing department, or your insurance company, with billing questions, please have as much of the following information available as possible:
- Patient Name
- Date of Service
- Account Number
- Explanation of benefits from your insurance
To reach one of our Patient Financial Services Representatives, please call the number provided on your statement, or call 785.623.5100.