Patients should carry insurance cards at all times. Not every insurance plan pays for all charges, diagnoses, or conditions, and there may be deductibles or co-pays. Also for some plans, it is the responsibility of the patient or policy holder to inform their insurer in a timely manner regarding most hospitalizations, particularly elective hospital admissions. If it is determined a patient has no insurance coverage, the hospital staff will discuss with you the various alternatives available to resolve the outstanding bill. This could include reduced charges and payment over an extended period of time. The hospital Patient Accounts staff will help to answer questions related to any patient’s bill. For questions about inpatient bills, call. For questions about Emergency Department or outpatient bills, call .
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Click here for a list of the insurance plans we participate with currently at NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi.
As a member facility of the NYC Health + Hospitals, NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi has long set an example of how all people – regardless of their ability to pay or their immigration status – should be served. Our financial assistance program far exceeds NYS requirements for providing charity care, reduces disparities to access by assisting eligible patients to obtain public health insurance, and provides discounted services to uninsured patients.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi provides a financial assistance program for uninsured patients that reduces the patient bill to an affordable level depending on family size and household income. This program is offered to New York City residents, regardless of immigration status.