Patients who are uninsured or do not provide us with adequate billing information are responsible for the full payment of their bill.
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If you had insurance at the time of your hospital visit and you believe it was not billed, please contact us with your insurance information (insurance policy name and mailing address, subscriber name, group number, and ID number) by calling us at 207-861-3055.
If you are responsible for a bill from our hospital, and are interested accessing our secure online bill payment site to pay your bill online. You may also pay your bill by phone, by stopping in to our office, or by using the return envelope included in your bill.
If your current circumstances make it impossible for you to pay your bill in full, the hospital has established guidelines for short-term payment plans. We will also provide Free Care to patients who meet criteria based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. If you would like to learn more about available payment plans / programs, please contact a Patient Account Services Representative at (207) 861-3304.
Health claims data may be obtained through the publicly accessible website of the Maine Health Data Organization at https://mhdo.maine.gov/index and in collaboration with the Maine Quality Forum at www.comparemaine.org.
"The Maine Health Data Organization, in collaboration with the Maine Quality Forum, is required by law to promote the transparency of healthcare cost and quality information via a publicly accessible website. The cost and quality of healthcare procedures can vary widely among providers. You have a choice in where you receive care. CompareMaine shows the average cost of common healthcare procedures at different facilities in Maine. You can also see patient experience ratings and how Maine hospitals compare on patient safety." - from the CompareMaine.org website