Financial & Billing Information
Our business office will bill your insurance carrier(s) directly; who will then provide you an “explanation of benefits” (EOB) statement. This is not a bill. The EOB itemizes all services you received at Summit Medical Center and explains what the insurance carrier will pay our hospital and which portion you will need to cover.
Once the EOB is processed, we will bill you for the portion not covered by insurance; this will be due upon receipt. While Summit Medical Center will bill you for hospital services, please note that you may receive separate bills from other providers, including the radiologist, surgeon or anesthesiologist.
We understand the importance of financial transparency and will help you understand all costs associated with your procedure. On or before the day of treatment, you will cover any co-pay or deductible that your insurance carrier requires. Those without insurance will need to cover their charges in advance or make arrangements with the business office for a payment plan.
Summit Medical Center accepts cash, cashier’s checks, major credit cards and personal checks with a valid ID. If you have any questions or need to discuss available payment options, feel free to contact our business office prior to treatment at 307-232-6600. Our patient account representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Summit Medical Center is committed to fulfilling its mission to provide quality and compassionate health care services to people from all walks of life. Our goal is to help you understand the charge, billing, and payment process prior to your visit so you can make an informed decision regarding your health care out of pocket costs.