Insurance and Payment
Hancock Surgery Center has an on-site dedicated business office staff available to provide assistance regarding your account.
We will submit your claim to your insurance company within 10 days of your procedure.
Prior to surgery, you may be responsible for payment of your deductible, co-payment, and co-insurance payment as determined by your insurance provider.
All accounts are expected to be paid in full within 60 days.
Since your insurance contract is an agreement between you and the insurance company, any unpaid balance remains the responsibility of the patient or person who signs for financial responsibility of the account. We appreciate your assistance in ensuring prompt payment from your insurance company.
Hancock Surgery Center is a participating Medicare Provider. We will file charges for services rendered to Medicare and also bill all supplemental insurance. Medicare patients are responsible for the co-payments and deductible amounts not paid by a supplemental insurance.
A current Medicaid ID card is required on the day of your procedure.
Method of payment
You may pay by cash, check or credit card. Credit cards accepted are VISA, MasterCard and Discover.
Total payment is required on or before the day of surgery. Patient Account Coordinators are available to discuss your individual accounts.
You may receive other fees related to your surgery that are not part of the center's charges. These may include fees from the surgeon, anesthesiologist, pathologist, radiologist, and testing performed at other facilities.