Insurance & Financial Assistance at Kirby Medical Center
Medical Center in Monticello
Kirby Medical Center is willing to join any network at a patient's
request. Call our billing office at (217) 762-2115 and select #1 for assistance
to let us help you receive the compassionate, affordable care you deserve,
close to home.
Kirby Medical Center is currently a participating hospital for the following
We also file Illinois Medicaid. If you do not see your insurance carrier
listed, please note that we accept all insurance plans, however, we may
not be their preferred provider and your coverage may vary.
If you have Medicare you are getting a new Medicare card. Details about
the card can be found
here to see if you qualify for a free pap test and/or mammogram.
Kirby Medical Center is committed to being transparent about our charges.
The information provided contains a comprehensive listing of our charges
for inpatient and outpatient services provided by the hospital, also known
as our chargemaster. The chargemaster is not a helpful tool for patients
to comparison shop between hospitals or to estimate what health care services
are going to cost them out of their own pocket. Your own charges and out-of-pocket
expenses will depend on the actual patient care services you receive,
the terms of your insurance coverage, and/or your eligibility for financial
Payer Specific Charges
Financial Assistance Programs
Kirby Medical Center understands that not all people are able to pay their
hospital bills due to a variety of financial reasons. As part of our mission
statement and not-for-profit purpose, we offer a special Charity Care
program (or Kirby Financial Assistance Program) to assist those who are
unable to pay their hospital bill. To understand if you are eligible to
benefit from this program that provides discounted or free care, the following
links will take you to the program details and guidelines as well as the
application for Kirby Financial Assistance Program.
Surprise Billing Protection Form
Standard Notice of Consent
This document describes your protections against unexpected medical bills.
It also asks if you’d like to give up those protections and pay
more for out-of-network care.
Out of Network Estimate Agreement
Good Faith Estimate:
The Good Faith Estimate shows the costs of items and services that are
reasonably expected for your health care needs for an item or service.
The estimate is based on information known at the time the estimate was created.
The Good Faith Estimate does not include any unknown or unexpected costs
that may arise during treatment. You could be charged more if complications
or special circumstances occur. If this happens, federal law allows you
to dispute (appeal) the bill.
For Further information please
Call (217) 762-2115 and selection #1 if you need to reach our billing office.