The information found here includes all of Banner Health’s pricing data for services at this hospital, in formats required by The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Please note – prices will vary depending on the type of patient encounter at one of our facilities, the extent of services provided during that encounter, and the specific health plan or private pay source of payment. To better determine your specific prices and financial obligations, please check with your insurance company to understand your explanation of benefits or contact Banner Health’s financial assistance office as directed on this website.
Do not delay or avoid hospital care based on cost or ability to pay. Banner Health offers financial assistance programs and payment options.
For information and tips to select the right insurance plan for you, please read our article “7 health insurance questions answered.”
Hospital prices are complex. Every patient may receive a unique set of services based on their needs and it can be difficult to estimate out of pocket costs. While the resources below can serve as a guide in your decision making, the best source of information is a formal patient estimate which can be obtained using the estimator tool above or by calling (888) 688-4797. Our team can provide information about your individual plan benefits and cost sharing that are much more specific than the broad estimates available here.
Select your facility below to see Standard Charges, Shoppable Services identified by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Payor Negotiated Rates. The best way to use this tool is to type a few key words about your procedure in the search box and to select your insurance carriers from the drop-down menus. Your provider can assist you with key words to use. If you need help finding your plan or services, we are just a phone call away.
Please note: The hospital prices found in this resource do not include insurance deductible or other patient specific insurance information, potential self-pay, or financial assistance discounts and therefore may not be a true reflection of the patient responsibility.