About Your Bill
Langlade Hospital will prepare bills for services provided by our physicians and staff. Statements are mailed monthly and list payments and adjustments made during the prior month as well as your current balance. If you have any questions or need assistance, please call our Patient Financial Services staff at 715-623-9401 or 715-623-9421, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may receive separate bills from the physician(s) who provided you with your care while you were a patient at the hospital. Just like your personal physician, the Anesthetist, Pathologist, and other Professionals are not employees of Langlade Hospital and you will receive a separate bill for their services. Please contact their office directly if you have any questions regarding their bills.
Financial and Payment Policy
Langlade Hospital requires payment in full in 30 days from the date of service. If you are not able to pay your balance at this time, please contact one of our representatives at the numbers above. They will assist you with the following options:
1. Mastercard, Visa or Discover
2. Installment payments (when approved by your patient account representative)
3. Community Care Program
4. Medical Note Program (assist with arrangements for a local lending institution)
If you do not have insurance:
Langlade Hospital’s Community Care Program offers help in paying for services provided by the hospital to people who are experiencing financial difficulty and who meet eligibility requirements.
Please contact one of our patient financial services representatives at 715-623-9401 or 715-623-9421 to answer questions or provide additional information.
If you have insurance:
Insurance forms can be complex and overwhelming. To assist our patients with the process, Langlade Hospital will submit claims to your health insurance company, including Medicare and Medicaid and will allow 45 days for payment. It is important that we have your correct insurance information in order to accurately submit claims for you.
Please keep in mind that your insurance coverage is a contract between you and your insurance company. You are ultimately responsible for payment of all charges. When you receive your bill, we request prompt payment of the amount that the statement indicates as your balance.