Before billing you, CentraState will submit a claim to your health insurance provider, including Medicare and Medicaid if applicable, and any secondary insurance. If you owe a balance that was not covered by your insurance, or if you are a self-pay patient, you will receive a statement by mail. You may pay your bill via standard mail, by calling the billing department or by logging in to our Online Payment Center.
If you need assistance paying your bills, financial counselors are available to help you. Please see Financial Resources below for more information.
Understanding Your Statement
After receiving care at CentraState, you will receive a statement describing the charges. Depending on the service provided, your bill could include a single charge or many charges. The statement will include balance due, if any, and information regarding reimbursements from your insurance provider, Medicare or Medicaid. CentraState will work closely with patients and their insurance companies regarding payment, however patients have the final responsibility of settling their accounts. Please see Billing FAQs below for some common questions about your statement.