Billing & Insurance
Let us assist you.
Your procedure is over, your stay with us has ended, but now you may have additional paperwork to fill out. We can help. From forms and financial questions to working with Medicare or your insurance provider, McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center is as passionate about assisting patients with what happens after a medical procedure or emergency as with the care that occurs during it. Use the information in this section to help the billing and payment process go smoothly.
What is the billing process?
We’ll bill your insurance company in a timely manner and do everything we can to expedite your claim. But remember, payment is ultimately your responsibility. If we bill your insurer, and the account is not taken care of, we’ll look to you for final settlement of your bill.
Otherwise, we accept:
- Money Order
- American Express
If you can’t pay your bill, we may be able to help. You may be eligible for financial assistance programs.
If you have questions about your bill, please be sure to have your patient number and date of the hospital visit handy and call 833-282-0583.
If you have insurance:
We accept all major health insurance plans and managed care programs, including:
- America’s Health Plan (AHP)
- BlueCross BlueShield (PAR, PPP)
- Confederated Tribes
- Employers Health Alliance
- First Health Network
- Galaxy Health Network
- Great-West Healthcare of Oregon (PO, POS)
- Healthcare Direct (LLC)
- HealthNet of Oregon
- Health Payor (HPO)
- Managed HealthCare
- National Provider Network
- Northwest/Caremark (PPOS)
- ODS (PPO, POS, HMO)
- PacificCare (All Plans)
- PacificSource Health Plans (All Plans)
- Private HealthCare Systems (PHCS)
- Providence Health Plans (All Plans)
- Samaritan Health Services
- Secure Horizons
- United Healthcare
- United Payors & Providers (Up & Up)
- Wilson & Paschall, Inc
Contact our Patient Billing Office at 541-726-4411 if you have any questions or don’t see your provider listed.
If you don’t have insurance:
No one will be denied necessary medical care due to lack of insurance or inability to pay. However, if you are uninsured you may be asked to pay a deposit when you’re admitted or when you register for an outpatient procedure.