Memorial Village ER participates with private insurance plans but is not able to accept Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, or CHIPS. We also accept out-of-pocket payment in the form of cash, checks or credit cards.
Insurance companies MUST pay for your medically necessary emergency visits as long as you have emergency room coverage in your health insurance plan.
Your emergency visit at Memorial Village Emergency Room is to be paid based on your in-network level of benefits, regardless of our relationship with your insurance company. This safeguards you so you are not searching for an in-network provider when you need care now. Information on the Insurance Code Law that mandates a patient only being billed at their in-network benefit level can be found here:
(we use the Patient Protections law)
The care that Memorial Village Emergency Centers provides does not end when you leave the ER. Too many hospitals stick patients with huge bills to pay while they recuperate. As part of our pledge to offer complete care, we hold ourselves accountable to the following billing manifesto:
Below is a listing of some common, high volume imaging, lab and other procedures that we provide and the associated charges for each service, for your reference. The charge does not represent the amount you will personally be required to pay. Your patient responsibility is based on your emergency room coverage with your health insurance plan and would be limited to you copay, deductible and/or your coinsurance.
COMMON RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES:
Ultrasound pregnant uterus after 1st trimester/First Gestation: $455
Chest X-Ray, 2 View: $400
COMMON LAB PROCEDURES:
Routine Venipuncture: $51
Urine Pregnancy Test: $70
Health panel: $310
OTHER COMMON PROCEDURES:
Incision and Drainage of Abscess w/o imaging: $400
Foreign Body removal: $364
Burn treatment: $350
Click here to view the MVER fee schedule
The following notice has been posted in accordance with House Bill 2041 and is herby effective September 1, 2019:
We file for your In-Network ER benefits with your commercial insurance company and negotiate with them to minimize your out-of-pocket costs.