Healthcare today can be confusing and complicated. At Oneida Health, we try to make it as easy as possible to navigate the healthcare system and that includes informing you about the price of medical services we provide.
Hospital Price Estimation
To obtain information regarding the hospital price of services or procedures, please click the link below to use our price estimator tool.
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You can also download a price estimator application to your pc desktop. Please click here to install the file. Once downloaded, open the file and click on Install application to begin.
For questions or if you would like a staff member to provide you with a quote, please call (315)-361-2290 and press option 1.
Any information received is only an estimate. The estimated price will be based on the information you and your provider share with us about what services are expected to be performed. Many factors will influence the actual amount you will be billed, including whether the provider finds it necessary to perform more, fewer, or different procedures than originally expected at the time of service. A list of the Hospital’s standard charges for items and services provided is available upon request by contacting this price estimation line.
In addition to providing you a written price estimate of your services, if you do not have health insurance, we have staff available to assist you with your health care coverage options.
For enrollment assistance only contact (315) 361-2230. Please do not call this number for estimates.
To ensure compliance with the New York State regulation, as well as the Affordable Care Act (Price Transparency) and ensure that our patients are informed of their rights under the law please click here for more information.
All uninsured and self-pay patients have the right to request and receive a good faith estimate on any scheduled service, in accordance with the No Surprise Act. In addition to the requirement of notification to the existence of a Patient-Provider Dispute Resolution process and their right to dispute a bill if within the parameters set forth in the regulation.