If you have health insurance we will need your insurance card and the insurance forms supplied by your employer for the insurance company. You will be asked to assign benefits from the insurance company directly to the hospital and the physician group that will treat you here.
The Center submits bills to your insurance company and will do everything possible to expedite your claim. Please remember that your policy is a contract between you and your insurance company, you may be asked to assist in obtaining payment by the Patient Accounting Department.
Bills for services provided at the Center will be submitted to your insurance carrier. These services are billed under the name, Professional Service Fund, and include all physician specialties.
Your plan may have special requirements, such as a second opinion or pre-certification for tests or procedures. It is your responsibility to make sure the requirements of your plan have been met, if not, your admission may be delayed. Patients are responsible for initiating and obtaining a referral to a specialist if required by the HMO. A referral must be obtained from your primary care physician if you are covered by an HMO, PPO or other managed care plan. Help with any insurance requirements may be obtained by calling 609-893-1200, extension 5828.
Insurance Plans Accepted
Deborah accepts the following health care plans, as well as all insurances that are not network specific. For any coverage questions, please contact your plan provider.
- All Aetna Plans (with the exception of Aetna Better Health)
- All Amerihealth plans
- GHI/Emblem Health
- Horizon BCBS NJ
- Horizon NJ Health
- Oxford Medicare
- Railroad Medicare
- United Community Plan
- United Medicare
- US Family Health Plan
- Well Care
As of 8-9-18
If You Don’t Have Insurance
A representative of Patient Access Services will discuss arrangements with you. You may be requested to supply specific personal financial documents. This will allow the Center to be reimbursed, in whole/in part, for the services provided to you through state funding for uncompensated care.