The information provided in the Chargemaster link below is a comprehensive list of charges for each inpatient and outpatient service or item provided by our hospital, also known as a Chargemaster. It is not necessarily a helpful tool for patients to comparison shop between hospitals or to estimate what health care services are going to cost them out of their own pocket. Patients should contact their medical insurance provider to get further details about the possible cost of their care, including healthcare providers in and out of network and services covered. Patients should also talk with their insurance provider to understand which costs will be covered by insurance and which will be the patient’s responsibility. Patients without medical coverage will find our hospital’s financial assistance policy here. For more information about the cost of your care, please contact our patient financial services staff at 601-574-7200.
We are committed to providing price information to consumers.
Because of widespread variation in health insurance coverage, it is difficult for hospitals to provide specific cost information without access detailed information about a patient’s health insurance coverage. Our business office can help to estimate what an average episode of care might cost you out of pocket and you may contact our office at 601-574-7200.
A Chargemaster is a comprehensive list of charges for each inpatient and outpatient service provided by a hospital – each test, exam, surgery or other procedures, room charges, etc.
Yes, charges are different from payments. Chargemaster information is not particularly helpful for patients to estimate what health care services are going to cost them out of their own pocket.
Every patient’s case is special and requires different levels of care. Hospitals are prepared with doctors, nurses and high-tech equipment around the clock for illness or injury – from a twisted ankle to a major accident to a natural disaster.
No. The chargemaster provided on this web site only lists charges for services that the hospital provides such as your room, the equipment and supplies used to care for you and tests that our technical staff perform such as lab, radiology, or therapists and NOT physician billed charges. Physician charges are for physician consultations from Emergency Room physicians, Radiologists, primary care physicians or specialists such as surgeons who will bill your insurance under a separate billing. This means you could receive multiple bills for one episode of care depending on how many primary care physicians and or specialists that are involved in or were consulted in the delivery of your care.