Understanding Your Bill
Hospital bills can be complex, so we do our best to make it easy to understand your bill. If you’re covered by health care insurance, we’ll bill your carrier for the care you received. Once they pay their portion, we’ll send you a bill for the amount that’s your responsibility — typically a copayment or deductible. These guidelines apply to Medicare, too.
In addition to your hospital bill, you may receive a separate bill for any professional care you received from a consulting specialist or a radiologist who interpreted your tests or screenings. If you had a surgical procedure, you will be billed directly by your surgeon, anesthesiologist, and the nurse anesthetist who assisted with your surgery.
If you still have questions about your hospital or physician bill, call (724) 450-7020 for assistance.
If you’d like to understand how hospital charges work and see estimated charges, visit AHN Hospital Charges.
Financial assistance with medical bills
If you have no coverage — or are experiencing financial difficulties — don’t worry. We’ll help you apply for medical assistance. Allegheny Health Network (AHN) promises to provide medically necessary services to patients no matter how much they can pay. To fulfill our promise, we work with patients to help them meet their financial obligations for the services we provide. View Financial Assistance with AHN Bills for more information (available in multiple languages). If you need help applying, call (724) 450-7020.
- Read our Plain Language Summary of Financial Assistance Policy
- Download Financial Assistance Application
- Use COMPASS to apply for medical assistance online
Paying your bill
Now that Grove City is part of Allegheny Health Network (AHN), we’re moving from Online Bill Pay to MyChart. MyChart’s secure online platform gives you quick and easy access to pay your bills, your care team, and more. Learn about the benefits and features of MyChart and sign up.
Our current online bill pay will no longer be used after July 30, 2021, as we transition to MyChart. Patients will still be able to access and view their accounts — including any documents and records that were previously sent — but no new documents or records will be sent by our offices, and patients will no longer be able to request appointments or refills, ask questions, or pay bills. On July 31, 2021, all of this information and additional services will be available through MyChart.