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Payment for ServicesAt NHH, we understand that health care expenses are often unexpected and that paying for services can sometimes be overwhelming. If you have access to insurance coverage through Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance, then the hospital will bill your insurance coverage for your stay. You will be liable for any co-pays or deductibles not covered by your insurance coverage. If you do not have insurance coverage or your insurance coverage does not cover your entire stay, then you may be personally liable for your stay based on your ability to pay. You will be contacted by a representative of the Office of Reimbursement to complete a financial statement to determine any insurance coverage and to assess your ability to pay for your stay at the Hospital.

The representative from the Office of Reimbursement is available to you while at the Hospital or after discharge to assist you in completing the financial statement. Law (RSA 126-A) requires the financial statement to be completed even if you have insurance coverage. Please direct any questions you might have related to cost of care, your obligation to pay or payment arrangements to the Office of Reimbursement at (603) 271-5741 or (603) 271-5742, or toll free in New Hampshire at 1-800-852-3345 Ext. 5741 or Ext. 5742..

New Hampshire Hospital will provide you necessary care regardless of your ability to pay. The Office of Reimbursements and/or your social worker may be able to assist you in obtaining public assistance that may help cover some or all of your costs at the Hospital.






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