Baptist Health is able to offer discounted pricing for patients without healthcare insurance (the "uninsured") for all elective non-emergency, pre-scheduled services - and for patients who do not qualify for our Financial Assistance Program.
The Central Pricing Office (CPO) is able to provide you with detailed pricing information based on the specific service ordered by your physician. Our prices are based on good faith estimates and on our historical pricing experience for the specific services being provided. The Self Pay pricing estimates may include some hospital based physician fees such as anesthesiologist, pathologist, radiologist and EKG reader. The CPO will outline the actual included physician fees and services at the time of the quote.
Prior to contacting the CPO, you will need to have the following information at hand so we can provide you with the best estimated price quote:
Estimated pricing quotes include your hospital-related charges such as room charges, nursing care, supplies and medication used during your visit for the specific service ordered and may* include some hospital based physician fees such as anesthesiologist, pathologist, radiologist and EKG reader.
The price quote is not a guarantee since the services may vary from the services you receive due to treatment decisions and / or unforeseen circumstances or additional test / services ordered by your physician and variation in the clinical needs of each patient.
You will be expected to pay, upon arrival at the Baptist Facility of choice, the full amount of the Self Pay discounted price prior to the scheduled services being rendered and all monies must be in U.S. dollars. Methods of payment accepted at all Baptist Health Facilities are American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, cash, check or money order.
To obtain your pricing estimate / quote, please contact the CPO at 786-662-7181. At the time of the pricing quote, the CPO will outline the physician fees and services included.
Good Faith Estimate
If you are uninsured, you have a right to receive a Good Faith Estimate of Expected Charges under the No Surprises Act. Learn More