Our goal is to streamline your visit to South Peninsula Hospital, making it smooth and seamless. Learning as much about the registration process and your procedure in advance will help with this process. Please be sure you’ve received specific instructions from department staff prior to your visit. They will tell you any specific directions, such as where to park, what entrance to use, what to bring, how long to expect and if there is a diet restriction. Knowing this prior to your visit will help you know what to expect and make for a more pleasant experience.
Need help with marketplace enrollment? South Peninsula Hospital is a designated Certified Application Counselor Organization and offers resources for consumers requiring assistance in the enrollment process.
If there is more information that you need, or you haven’t received specific instructions, don’t hesitate to contact the front desk at 235-8101 and the receptionist will connect you to the staff with the answers.
Below is a comprehensive list of standard charges for each inpatient and outpatient service or item provided by South Peninsula Hospital and all of its associated clinics. It is not intended to help patients comparison shop between hospitals or to estimate what their health care services are going to cost them out of their own pocket. (This disclaimer was provided in part by the Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association)
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The price a patient would actually pay for services may vary depending on what type of insurance coverage they have or any uninsured patient discounts or financial assistance. Self-pay programs can offer 25% or more off the listed price depending upon eligibility.
Note that pricing may vary from hospital to hospital depending upon how many units are included in the listed price especially for pharmaceuticals (i.e. one 500 mg tablet vs five 100 mg tablets) or the quantity or item size (i.e. surgical implants or the amount of anesthesia required).
It is important to take into account more than just the price when choosing where to get your care. Other factors such as quality, level of service, and continuity of care are also important considerations. South Peninsula hospital is a three-time Top 100 Critical Access Hospital, and regularly receives 4 out of 5 stars for quality in Medicare’s Hospital Compare Tool.
For more information about the cost of your care, please contact our patient financial counselors at 907-235-8101. For more information about the quality of your care, visit our performance page or contact our Quality Management department at 907-235-0874.