Your Medical Bills

Please direct comments or questions to the Patient Accounts Department at 814-726-2330 or call toll free at 1-800-777-9441.

Understand Your Financial Options

Complex hospital billing processes and insurance company rules are confusing for most people.

Warren General Hospital wants to ensure that the billing and payment of your account is as accurate and efficient as possible. You can help us in this process by:

  • Notifying the registration clerk at the time of service about all of your insurance coverage and any changes to your insurance coverage since your last visit.
  • Becoming familiar with your plan’s benefits and exclusions.
  • Review your summary bill for accuracy.
  • Request an Itemization of Charges.
  • Monitor the activity of your insurance company in making payment for services rendered to you or your family.

Doctors' Fees are Separate

You may receive a separate bill from physicians if their services are required during your hospital stay.

Physicians independently establish their fees and decide whether or not to participate in programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Shield, and HMOs/PPOs. If you have any questions regarding physicians’ fees or their participation in your health plan, you should discuss them with your doctor.

Patient Responsible for the Balance

Warren General Hospital extends payment programs for account balances, which are the responsibility of the patient (either from the outset or after insurance(s) have made payment.)

The Payment Options

  • If you require more than 30 days to pay your medical bills, you have the option to make payment arrangements by calling our billing department at 814–726–2330 or call toll-free at 1–800–777–9441.

Still Have Questions?

Please direct comments or questions to the Patient Accounts Department at 814-726-2330 or call toll free at 1-800-777-9441.