Catholic Health Partners (CHP) provides information on charges for the services that are most frequently provided at each of our Ohio hospitals. You can access that information via the links near the bottom of this web page.
Determining Your Out-of-Pocket Costs
Each CHP hospital charges all of its patients the same prices for the same services. However, the amount that you will end up paying will depend on the type of health insurance coverage that you have.
- If you have commercial health insurance, please contact your insurance company to obtain an estimate of what you will pay for a specific procedure.
- If you have Medicare, please go to http://www.medicare.gov/Coverage/Home.asp to learn more about your out-of-pocket costs or call 1-800-MEDICARE.
- If you have Medicaid, you may be asked to pay a small portion of the cost of some medical services depending on the Medicaid rules in your state. Learn more at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/MedicaidGenInfo/Downloads/MedicaidAtAGlance2005.pdf.
- If you are an Ohio resident enrolled in Medicaid, please go to http://jfs.ohio.gov/ohp/consumer.stm for more information.
If you do not have health insurance coverage, please call your hospital's billing department and ask to speak with a financial representative who will assist you in obtaining medical benefits through federal, state and hospital programs.
Financial Assistance Programs
We understand the burden that hospital bills can place on individuals and families. That's why our regional health systems have financial assistance programs that are designed to assist patients in finding resources that may help pay their hospital bills. Learn more about the financial assistance program available in your area.
It is also important for consumers to have access to hospitals' scores on quality measures. Visit www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov to view scores on a wide variety of quality measures for your CHP hospital. You can also view CHP hospitals' quality scores that we have posted on this website for surgical infection prevention and treatment of heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia.
Click on the links below to access information on charges for the services that are most frequently provided at each of CHP's Ohio hospitals.
- Institute for Orthopaedic Surgery
- Mercy Allen Hospital
- Mercy Hospital Anderson
- Mercy Hospital Clermont
- Mercy Hospital Fairfield
- Mercy Hospital Mt. Airy
- Mercy Hospital of Defiance
- Mercy Hospital Western Hills
- Mercy Memorial Hospital
- Mercy Regional Medical Center
- Mercy St. Anne Hospital
- Mercy St. Charles Hospital
- Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center/Mercy Children's Hospital
- Mercy Tiffin Hospital
- Mercy Willard Hospital
- Springfield Regional Medical Center
- St. Elizabeth Health Center
- St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center
- St. Joseph Health Center
- St. Rita's Medical Center