Payments and Billing Assistance
- Estimate Your Bill: Create an online estimate for the hospital fee portion of your care.
- Pay Your Bill: Pay your bill online or by phone. Contact us with questions.
- Federal Price Transparency: View the list of standard hospital charges.
- Insurance Information: Review the list of insurance plans we accept.
- Financial Assistance: Explore ways to get help paying your medical bills. Learn about payment plans.
- No Surprises Act: Learn about a new right you have as a patient.
Suburban Hospital is one of the top-ranked hospitals in the region, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023–24 Best Hospitals list.
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We are committed to providing the best personalized health care to our patients and their families. If you are as passionate about quality care as we are, explore a career at Suburban Hospital and tap into the many opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Help our Suburban Team Care for Our Community
Suburban Hospital is committed to meeting the growing health care needs of our patients during this pandemic situation. We welcome the community’s support to ensure that our clinical teams have an ample supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies when shortages arise.
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