We recommend you contact your insurance company, before your admission at LLH Hospital to find out what treatments are and are not covered under your plan. Your insurance member card may have a customer service department contact telephone number while can be availed for this reason.
Check with your insurance company to find out where they want you to go for these tests. In addition, your insurance company may require your PCP to submit a referral to us as part of the authorization process.
A admission coordinator may call you in advance of your admission to verify basic information. Or, you may call us at 633-5522 to complete the process. On the day of your arrival, you will be required to pay for your hospital and physician services that may not be covered by your insurance. These payments may include a co-payment, deductible or co-insurance amounts. In certain cases, an admission deposit, based on your estimated length of stay, may be required.
Even if you have a valid medical insurance, you may be asked to pay a deposit on admission which is offset against your final account.
Treatment Procedures that are covered by medical insurance companies keep changing on a regular basis.Please check with your insurer, before getting admitted at LLH Hospital.
Our billing offices will file your insurance claims directly with your primary and, when appropriate, your secondary insurance payers. We will bill you for any co-payments and/or outstanding balances not paid by your insurance payer. If you have not received notice of payment to us from your insurer within 60 days of receiving a copy of your bills, we ask that you contact the insurer and encourage speedy payment.
After you return home from the hospital, you will receive different bills for specific services provided during your inpatient stay. Your LLH Hospital bill will include charges for your room, food, medical supplies and any cost of tests or procedures performed.