Coffee Regional Medical Center understands that your main concern is feeling better after a hospital stay. We’re here to help you navigate the billing process so you can focus on healing. Our policy is to request payment at the time you receive services. If needed, we also offer help to meet your financial obligations.

Billing for hospital services

Shortly after your discharge, CRMC will submit a claim to your private insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. After the insurer(s) pays their portion of the bill, or if the insurer denies payment, you will receive a bill for any unpaid balance.

Understanding Additional Medical Services

In addition to the bill for your hospital services, you may receive one or more bills from specialized physicians who provided care while you were a patient at CRMC. You know your own physician, of course, but you may have also received care or consultation from other specialists such as anesthesiologists, hospitalists, emergency room physicians, radiologists and pathologists (for laboratory tests).

Where to Pay Your CRMC Bill

You can pay your portion of the bill in person, by phone, by mail or online via MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express.

Pay Online

Pay in person:

CRMC Patient Financial Services Office
196 Westside Drive
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday
912.383.5614

Additional resources:

CRMC Benefit Specialist 912.383.5646

CRMC Anesthesia Billing 800.232.5703

South GA Radiologist Associates 888-760-2455 (Bill for PET Scan Reads)

EMBCC Patient Services (ER Physician Billing formerly Coffee Emergency Group) 888.703.3301  www.EMBCC.com

Hospitalist Group Billing – Hive Revenue  1-864-208-2389  or log onto www.PatientDue.com and enter the QuickMatch Code found on your statement from Hive Revenue.

Radiological Associates of South Georgia 912.384.6803

 

Standard Charges

Coffee Regional Medical Center is committed to providing meaningful information to our patients related to their financial responsibility for healthcare services. Coffee Regional makes every effort to provide complete and accurate information about the amount patients may be obligated to pay for the services they receive.  Coffee Regional Medical Center works as a community partner to provide high quality, cost-effective healthcare services to our patients.

To ensure pricing transparency, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid require hospitals to publish standard charges on which patient billing is based.

Coffee Regional Medical Center is committed to providing meaningful information to our patients related to their financial responsibility for healthcare services. Coffee Regional makes every effort to provide complete and accurate information about the amount patients may be obligated to pay for the services they receive.  Coffee Regional Medical Center works as a community partner to provide high quality, cost-effective healthcare services to our patients.

A list of standard charges is available in CRMC’s searchable tool which contains proprietary information of Coffee Regional Medical Center and is provided in compliance with 45 CFR §180.20 for sole use by yourself or your agents, as healthcare consumers,  to make comparisons across hospitals for your potential out of pocket costs and expenses related to the delivery of healthcare services.

The standard charges are not reflective of final patient charges nor does it represent amounts billed to patients.  Each patient’s financial responsibility will vary depending upon insurance coverage and network discounts with payors, deductibles, co-insurance, copays, financial assistance approvals, and services provided for each patient’s unique needs.  A standard charge in no way guarantees payment by any insurer. 

The use of this information is being granted to patients in accordance with federal laws.  Any use not authorized herein is prohibited, including by way of illustration and not by way of limitation, making copies of standard charges for resale and/or license, creating any modified or derivative work of standard charges, or making any commercial use of standard charges, or using the charges in an anti-competitive activity that is prohibited by state or federal laws.

By accessing the files, you understand that you should only use them for the purposes defined by the federal Price Transparency laws and not to remove, reverse engineer, alter or modify the information without the consent of the Hospital.

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Pricing Transparency