Pricing Estimates & 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.
Patients who have scheduled diagnostic testing and/or procedures can request a pre-treatment estimate based on your specific insurance plan and procedure, please call our Day Kimball Hospital Patient Financial Services Department at (860) 963-6337 and select Option 2 to speak with a Financial Counselor.
You may also wish to view our Day Kimball Hospital Charging Information page to view a listing of the average costs (before insurance adjustments or payments) of various services provided through Day Kimball Hospital.
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December 19, 2018
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