No-one will be denied access to services at MMC due to their inability to pay. There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available.
The federal government requires each hospital to post on its website a list of its standard charges for each inpatient and outpatient service and item provided by the hospital. The list is available in a machine-readable format available here. A machine readable file containing our average charge for each All Patient Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (APR-DRG) can also be found here.
For information that would help you estimate the cost of your care or the amount you might owe for your care, please contact the Patient Financial Services department at 715-685-5561. More information is available on our Financial Assistance Policies here. To help our patients better understand healthcare services, the cost of their care, and comparison shop between hospitals, additional information is available at Wisconsin PricePoint.
COVID-19: Here you will find the standard charge details for a COVID-19 diagnostic test.
Wisconsin PricePoint allows you to receive basic, facility-specific information about healthcare services and charges. The primary categories include: Inpatient Services, Outpatient Surgical and Diagnostic Services, Emergency/Urgent Care Services and other Hospital Outpatient Services.
CheckPoint provides reliable information about the quality and safety of care provided by individual Wisconsin hospitals. This includes a snapshot of performance in key areas, quality of care reports and a look at some of the achievements reached within Wisconsin hospitals.
For more than 25 years, the 340B Drug Pricing Program has provided financial help to hospitals serving vulnerable communities to manage rising prescription drug costs.
The program allows 340B hospitals like Memorial Medical Center to stretch limited federal resources to reduce the price of outpatient pharmaceuticals for patients and expand health services to the patients and communities they serve.
Savings realized through participation in the 340B Drug Pricing Program supports Memorial Medical Center’s ability to provide services to under-and uninsured patients, regardless of their ability to pay, and to address health care needs in our communities. In addition to providing free and discounted prescription drugs to low-income patients, Memorial Medical Center also provides a variety of services to help care for the most vulnerable in the communities we serve. Among these services are:
- Expanding access to specialized services
- Operating a 10 bed Behavioral Health Unit and Outpatient Behavioral Health Services
- Subsidizing chemotherapy and immunotherapy for uninsured patients at our on-site infusion center
Scaling back the 340B program would threaten Memorial Medical Center’s capacity to offer the services described above to our patients.