Standard Hospital Charges

Caring for all patients

Prisma Health provides health care services to all patients. The out-of-pocket costs these services depend on a variety of factors, including insurance coverage, copays, deductibles and overall ability to pay.

Beginning January 2019, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) now requires all hospitals to provide a list of their standard charges on their website. The list of standard charges for Prisma Health–Midlands can be accessed below. This file contains procedure descriptions and the amounts Prisma Health–Midlands charges payors (e.g., Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance) for a very large number of medical and surgical services, therapies and visit types.

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For several years, we have participated in the South Carolina Hospital Association’s PricePoint program, which lists hospital charges for inpatient, outpatient and emergency department services.

PricePoint assists patients in identifying and comparing hospital pricing by common health care procedures. This provides average charges by hospital that best compare to the amounts on the bill you will receive from us. This program also allows users the opportunity to compare our hospital prices side-by-side with others in the state.

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Charge estimates

Patients wanting to get an estimate for how much they can expect to pay out-of-pocket for a given procedure or treatment will receive the most accurate information by calling 803-296-CARE for a price estimate related to specific services. When calling for an estimate, please have the following available, if possible:

  • The name of your test or procedure
  • Any applicable procedure codes

Please note that standard charges shown in the document are not necessarily reflective of the price you will pay for the services provided. Your exact costs depend on your insurance coverage and eligibility for financial assistance.

Need a price estimate? Call 803-296-CARE

Document updated annually. Revised Dec. 20, 2018.

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