Provider Partner Billing
Provider partners are independent physician practices or medical service providers that are not part of Day Kimball Healthcare, but provide their services at a Day Kimball Healthcare facility. Because they are independent from DKH, they will bill you separately for their services.
If you have a question or concern related to a bill received from one of our provider partners, please contact them directly at the numbers listed below.
|Provider Partner ||Service Provided ||Contact Info |
|NES Physicians ||Emergency Room Physician ||1 (800) 998-7578 |
|University Pathologists ||Specialized laboratory pathology services ||(401) 921-0252 |
|UMass Memorial Medical Group ||Specialty physician services ||1 (800) 225-8885 |
|Jefferson Radiology Group ||Radiologist services to interpret the results of diagnostic imaging ||(860) 289-3375 |
|Sheridan Health Corp. ||Anesthesiologist services at Day Kimball Hospital ||(800) 296-2611 |
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