What to Expect
Complete insurance and billing information must be provided at the time of registration or admission. As a service to patients, hospital representatives will complete and submit claims to insurance companies and other third-party payers on the patient's behalf. Most insurance companies require that patients obtain authorization before receiving hospital services. In that case, the patient must submit documentation that such authorization has been secured. Any expenses unpaid by insurance companies are the responsibility of the patient.
Financial Aid is Available
For those unable to pay in full at the time of service, the hospital will accept monthly payments on a pre-determined schedule, as stated in the hospital billing and payment policy and which is established with a credit representative or financial counselor. Chesapeake Regional Medical Center provides additional financial assistance for qualified applicants. To apply for financial assistance, a financial application and financial statement must be completed and submitted along with proof of income for initial consideration. Additional verification may be necessary in order to complete the application process.
Review the financial assistance page for more information.
Many Virginians are eligible to enroll in Medicaid coverage. This means more people will have much-needed coverage for health care. There are numerous resources available to help you figure out if you qualify for coverage. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions with links to resources.
Notice of Hospital Outpatient Department (HOPD) Fee Disclosure
Your appointment will take place in an outpatient department of Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. The hospital may charge an outpatient facility fee that is separate from and in addition to the bill you will receive from the physician or the provider.
FOR IN-PERSON CLINIC APPOINTMENTS, YOU MAY RECEIVE TWO CHARGES FOR YOUR VISIT:
- A provider services bill
- A hospital facility (clinic visit) bill
We estimate the visit fee to likely range from $98 to $290. If you are scheduling other services, including diagnostic,
preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative, and educational services, there may be additional applicable fees. We are providing you with a range of fees and an estimate because the actual amount of the facility fee will depend on the services that are actually provided. The fee could be higher if you require services during your appointment that we
cannot reasonably predict today.
- The out-of-pocket amount of the facility fee that you will be responsible for paying will depend on your insurance coverage.
- Insurance companies could impose deductibles, higher copayment or coinsurance.
- for services provided in hospital outpatient departments.
- If you have insurance, you should contact your carrier to determine your insurance coverage and your estimated financial responsibility for the facility fee, including copayments, coinsurance, and deductible amounts for the outpatient facility fee.
Financial help for your portion of the outpatient facility fee bill may be available. If you need financial help with the outpatient facility bill, please contact our customer service at 757-312-6401.
Financial assistance information is also available here.
Receiving services here may result in greater financial liability than receiving services at a location where a facility fee may not be charged. Please check to see if your provider sees patients at other locations that do not charge a facility fee. Contact your insurance carrier to see if your provider is a participating provider and in-network at your preferred location
Paying Your Bill
You will receive a bill shortly after your discharge. Your hospital bill will include charges for the cost of your room, medications, medical and surgical supplies, X-rays and other hospital services.
Physician fees, including your personal doctor and other physicians and specialists whose services were required for your care, are billed separately by the physician and are not part of your hospital bill. These fees are payable directly to the physician and not to Chesapeake Regional. If you have questions about these fees, you should contact your physician's office.
Understanding Prices & Estimating Your Bill
The Charge Description Master sheets available to view below are a listing of Chesapeake Regional Medical Center’s individual charges. These do not give an accurate calculation of your final bill as there are many factors considered regarding the physician’s determined medically necessary services that may factor into your total.
Click here for more information regarding inpatient services by diagnosis-related group (DRG) charges.
- Procedures & Supplies Price List
- Pharmacy Price List
- Chesapeake General Hospital (Chesapeake Regional Medical Center Gross Charges
We provide a Bill Estimator for your convenience.
Have More Questions?
We have created a list of frequently asked questions. Please visit the Billing FAQ's page.
This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed- amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
If you have any further questions, please contact our customer service team at 757-312-6401.