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** At this time, there is usually no cost to the patient for Online Visits, including screening for COVID-19 and referrals for COVID-19 testing and/or treatment. If you have insurance, your plan will be billed for the visit. Patients with high deductible plans will have to check with their health insurer for more detail regarding charges.
Do not use this on-line navigation tool if you have a medical emergency. If you have a medical emergency or need immediate care, go to the closest emergency department or call 911. If you are not sure whether you have a medical emergency, click on this link to find out more information about common urgent and emergency medical issues and the most appropriate place for treatment.
Check your official health plan documents to see what services and providers are covered by your health plan. Suggested care options are not medical advice.
Information about treatment costs are estimates and reflect the average costs of guidance and care delivered through Presbyterian Healthcare Services employed and contracted service providers.
Costs for specific guidance and treatments may be higher or lower than the costs represented here. Emergency room cost estimates include facility charge and initial physician consultation.
Please note that services may be performed in the hospital by participating providers as well as nonparticipating providers who may separately bill patients. Providers that perform health care services in the hospital may or may not participate in the same health benefits plans as the hospital where a patient receives services. Prospective patients should contact their health insurance carriers in advance of receiving services at a hospital to determine whether the scheduled health care services provided in that hospital will be covered at in-network rates.