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Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus

Pricing Information at Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus

Effective January 1, 2021 the Federal government requires all hospitals to make public their standard charges for items and services provided to patients.

There are two parts to this requirement.

The first part is to provide patients with a consumer-friendly method for estimating their out of pocket expense for commonly provided services. This information can be found below under “How much will I pay?”.

The second part is to publish a comprehensive machine-readable file with standard charges, including gross charge, payer-specific negotiated charges, minimum charge, maximum charge, and the self-pay price. This information can be found below under “Learn About Charges and Insurance Reimbursement”.

How Much Will I Pay?

Temple is committed to helping you understand the cost of your care. The best way to understand what you will pay out-of-pocket is to work with your hospital and your insurance provider. You can call us at 215-728-3383 to discuss your specific insurance plan and benefit design.

In general:

  • Individuals with insurance will pay any copayments, coinsurance or deductible amounts.
  • Individuals without insurance might be eligible for financial assistance or charity care, or may be able to receive a reduced price from the hospital under its self-pay policy.

You can obtain an estimate of your out of pocket costs by using our copay estimator tool. The link to the tool is below. You will be asked to enter some basic information about yourself, your insurance (if applicable), the Temple location where you want to receive care, and the type of service you are seeking.

The copay estimator tool can only give you an estimate of your costs. Your insurance company is your best source for the actual expense you will incur for your care. For example, many people have a “secondary insurance” that will cover any copayments and deductibles. The copay estimator tool will not take that into account.

Please note: the copay estimator tool is new and is currently in a “testing” phase. We intend to refine the tool over the next few months to improve the patient experience and usefulness. For the best information on your out of pocket costs please contact your insurance provider or hospital financial counselors at 215-728-3383.

For the best experience, we recommend opening the estimator tool in Google Chrome web browser.

Learn More About Charges and Reimbursement

If you are an existing or potential patient seeking care at a Temple University Health System (TUHS) location and are interested in learning how much something might cost, we encourage you to click the button above for the Copay Cost Estimate. This tool can help you, but it does have some limitations so we encourage patients to either call us at at 215-728-3383 or contact their health insurance company for the best information about how much you can expect to pay based on your specific insurance plan and benefit design.

To review the Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus comprehensive machine readable file with standard charge information, please click here.

Getting Help From Your Hospital

Hospitals offer financial counseling and help for people who have insurance and those who do not. Contact your hospital’s financial counseling office or patient advocates for help.

  • Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus: 215-728-3383