What If I Can't Pay My Bill?
If you're having trouble paying the full balance of your bill, we will charge:
- a minimum monthly payment of $75, or
- your total patient balance divided over 12 months (whichever is the greater of the two).
If you are unable to pay the minimum due balance, please contact our customer service department and we will review other financial options with you.
If you are experiencing financial hardship, assistance may be available. Income guidelines apply and are subject to approval. You must document your income.
The patient/guarantor must submit current financial information when they submit their financial assistance application. We may ask you to provide the following information when you apply for financial assistance:
- Financial assistance application
- Letter explaining your current financial status
- Copy of current bank statement
- Copy of last year's tax return
- Copies of paycheck stubs and/or other income from the past two (2) months
Options to Determine Your Costs
Estimate How Much You'll Pay for Out-of-Pocket Health Care Costs
If you apply for Medicaid and aren’t eligible, here are your options to determine your out of pocket health care costs:
We've developed a tool that helps you compare and estimate how much you'll pay out-of-pocket for different health services and procedures.
University of Utah Health is trying to make this process easier by providing you a tool that helps you calculate how much you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for common health care services.
Call a financial advocate at 801-581-2957
Contact Us by Online Billing Consult
How Do I Contact Billing Office Customer Service if I Have Concerns About My Hospital Bill?
University of Utah Health now offers online consultations with our billing advocates. If you would like to schedule an online, face-to-face visit, please make an appointment or call us at 801-587-6303.
Billing Office Phone
801-587-6303 or 800-862-4937