Day Kimball Hospital Billing
Day Kimball Hospital bills cover the facilities costs related to care provided at a Day Kimball Healthcare facility, such as technologist, phlebotomist or nursing services, medical equipment and supplies, and room and board for hospital inpatient stays. Please note that physician, radiologist and anesthesiologist services, as well as some specialized lab pathology services, are billed separately by those providers.
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PLEASE NOTE that this online bill payment is for Day Kimball HOSPITAL invoices only.
Billing Questions and Financial Assistance
If you have questions about your Day Kimball Hospital bill, would like assistance working with your insurance company to pay your bill, or if you are experiencing financial difficulties in paying your Day Kimball Hospital bill, our financial counselors can help. Please view our Day Kimball Hospital Patient Financial Services page for more information.
We understand that knowing what your health care will cost is important to you, and that knowing what to expect ahead of time can provide immeasurable peace of mind. Please see our Day Kimball Hospital Estimates page to view and download a listing of the average costs (before insurance adjustments or payments) of the various services provided through Day Kimball Hospital.
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