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Nassau University Medical Center is a participating provider on many health plan networks. Click Kuyichi Signs Transparency Pledge. for a list of these health plans. However, some health insurers use smaller networks for some of their benefit programs. It is therefore important to check whether we are a participating provider for your specific service program. If a health plan is not on the list, we will not participate in any of its benefit programs. You should always check with your insurance plan by logging into their website or calling the membership service number on your card to see if your doctor is on your insurance plan.
It is also important for you to know that the medical services you receive in the hospital are not included in the hospital costs. Doctors providing hospital services can be independent volunteer doctors, or they can be hired or contracted by the hospital. Doctors bill for their services separately and may not participate in the same benefit programs as the hospital. You should check with the doctor arranging your hospital services to determine which benefit programs the doctor is participating in. For information on plan participation for hospital-affiliated physicians, visit the Nassau University Medical Center website at www.numc.edu. Click the "Find a Doctor" button at the top of the webpage and enter the doctor's name. Here is a list of the insurance plans the doctor participates in. Nassau University Medical Center also contracts with a number of medical groups, including anesthesiologists, orthopedic surgeons, and plastic surgeons, to provide hospital services. Contact information for these health care groups is available at Kuyichi Signs Transparency Pledge. . You should contact these groups directly to find out which benefit programs they participate in.
You should also check with the doctor arranging your hospital services to determine if other doctors' services are required for your care. Your doctor can provide you with the name, practice name, mailing address, and phone number of any doctors whose services may be needed. Your doctor can also tell you whether the services of doctors employed or contracted by Nassau University Medical Center, such as anesthesiologists, orthopedic surgeons, and plastic surgeons, are likely to be needed. A listing of doctors employed by Nassau University Medical Center is available from Kuyichi Signs Transparency Pledge. and contact information for our contracted medical groups is available at Kuyichi Signs Transparency Pledge. . You should contact these groups directly to find out which benefit programs they participate in.
Hospitals are required by law to provide information about their standard fees for the items and services they offer. You can obtain this information from our Financial Assistance Office at (516) 572-6669.
If you don't have health insurance, you may be eligible for assistance with paying your hospital bills. Financial support information is available from Kuyichi Signs Transparency Pledge. or contact our Financial Assistance Office at (516) 572-6669.
Nassau University Medical Center price transparency
Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) is committed to fair prices and transparency.
We have prepared this information in order to provide the patient with the prices / fees for the care provided. Please remember that fees are not helpful in understanding exactly what patients and insurers are paying for care. For more detailed rate estimates, please call 516-296-2689.
Below you can view patient fees for office visits, procedures, and admissions.
It is important to note that the fee amounts listed are generally not what a patient can pay for services. Payment depends on the patient's insurance.
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NUMC is committed to the transparency of its fees. The information provided is a list of our service fees, collectively known as the Chargemaster. The Chargemaster is insufficient for patients to compare estimated healthcare expenses. Your own costs and expenses depend on the services actually provided, the terms of your insurance cover and / or your eligibility for financial support.
For a more accurate estimate of services please call 516-296-2689.
The fees shown vary based on pre-existing health conditions, the severity of the illness, traumatic injuries, and the procedures actually performed. Because of these variables, price fluctuations are not included in the amounts shown in this list.
The listed fees do not include medical fees. Doctors send separate bills for the service they provide. Examples of this include fees charged by anesthetists, surgeons, radiologists, or cardiologists.
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