Day Kimball Medical Group Billing
You will receive a Day Kimball Medical Group (DKMG) bill for services provided to you by physicians who are part of Day Kimball Medical Group. This includes physician office visits, as well as hospitalist services provided by a DKMG physician during an inpatient stay at Day Kimball Hospital, surgical services provided by a DKMG general surgeon and certain other clinical services provided by DKMG physicians at Day Kimball Hospital.
You can view and pay your Day Kimball Medical Group bill, as well as view test results, view and request appointments, and much more, through our secure MY HEALTH patient portal.
Pay your Day Kimball Medical Group bill online now >
PLEASE NOTE that this online bill payment is for Day Kimball MEDICAL GROUP invoices only.
Day Kimball Medical Group Billing Questions and Assistance
If you have any questions regarding your Day Kimball Medical Group bill, or if you are having financial difficulties paying your bill and need to request a payment arrangement, please call the Day Kimball Medical Group Central Business Office at (860) 928-9270. Our billing specialists are available to assist you Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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