Billing Information

Accepted Insurances

Clinton County Medical Center accepts most major insurance carriers, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Care Network, Physicians Health Plan, Medicare and Medicaid. We also accept commercial insurances, such as Cigna, Aetna and Cofinity.

New and existing patients are encouraged to contact their insurance company to verify the services covered by their individual plans before services are provided. Typically, the number for your insurance company’s customer service department can be found on the back of your insurance card.

Please remember to bring your current insurance card and identification to your appointment.

Billing Procedures

Our billing department bills exactly what your physician has reported for your visit.  The billing department cannot change the codes before reporting them to your insurance company.  They must reflect the services you received during your visit.

Most insurance policies require a co-pay for office visits and appointments. Please pay your co-pay amount at the time service is provided. Failure to pay your co-pay at the time of service will result in a $10.00 billing fee.

It is the responsibility of the patient to pay all deductible amounts or any balance not covered by insurance. Payment is due upon receipt of your invoice from Clinton County Medical Center.

If you have concerns about payment, please contact our billing department at (989) 224-3000, option #4. Depending on your circumstances, other arrangements may be available at the discretion of the billing supervisor.

Please reference your insurance policy for details on your coverage, deductible and co-pay amount.

Self-Pay Program

A Self-Pay Patient is defined as a patient who:

  • Has no health insurance coverage of any kind, including federal and state health care programs such as Medicare and Medicaid or other insurance coverage such as insurance provided by a school, AFLAC or homeowner’s policy.
  • Does not claim third party liability for the patient’s health care treatment.
  • Is not eligible for worker’s compensation coverage.
  • Has no other responsible party covering the expenses associated with the care received from our clinic.

Patients in the Self-Pay Program pay in full at the time of service. We are not required to file a claim or submit any documentation to a third party. For more information, please see our Self-Pay Policy.

If you have questions about billing or self-payment, please contact our billing department at (989) 224-3000, option #4.

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