Healthcare price transparency
At UF Health Leesburg Hospital, we know that healthcare can sometimes be confusing. When people have the information they need before receiving medical treatment, they become informed consumers.
Price Estimator Tool
Price Transparency – Price Lists
Procedures and hospitalizations can include hundreds of items and services, below is a spreadsheet that lists charges for hospital procedures.
The price list below does not include professional fees such as your physician, radiologists, anesthesiologists or other independent practitioners. These practitioners bill separately and you may contact them directly for pricing information.
The following prices are estimates and do not cover your out-of-pocket expenses. These expenses will vary based on insurance coverage, deductibles, co-payments and specific policies.
- Click here to download a spreadsheet that shows the standard charges for UF Health Leesburg Hospital procedures.
- See a list of accepted insurances at UF Health Central Florida.
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Florida Health Price Finder
- Click here for a consumer comparison tool provided by The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration for comparing state and national costs.
UF Health Central Florida's Patient Financial Services (PFS) performs the billing, collection and accounts reconciliation processes for all services rendered at UF Health Leesburg Hospital.
For questions regarding a hospital bill, patients and/or guarantors may contact:
It is the policy of UF Health Leesburg Hospital to provide emergency care to all patients regardless of ability to pay. Our hospital allocates resources to identify charity cases and provide uncompensated care based upon the information submitted at the time of application for charity care by patients or their legal representative or through the use of other criteria-based methods to determine charity eligibility.
Charity adjustments may only be granted to patients receiving non-elective care. Charity adjustments may be applied to approved accounts for uninsured and underinsured patients based on the patient’s total gross family income (family unit) and the patient’s willful cooperation in applying for Medicaid or other available coverage.
To qualify for charity care, one must meet established medical necessity, identification, income and assets (for medical indigence), and residency criteria.
Most payers have communicated they will cover 100% of the testing cost; however, patients should contact their insurance company for the most up-to-date information. If you do not currently have insurance coverage we have established a standard COVID-19 test cash price of $256.65.
Our financial assistance program was established to help patients with limited financial resources to pay for care provided to them.
UF Health Leesburg Hospital's patient financial services team can help you determine your eligibility for the financial assistance program. As a part of the eligibility process, you will be asked to provide a confidential financial statement and income certification (including a credit report and other documents necessary for verifying income).
Click the links below to obtain additional information regarding our financial assistance program.
- CFH Financial Assistance Program Summary.
- CFH Financial Assistance Program Summary (Spanish).
- Full Financial Assistance Policy.
- Full Financial Assistance Policy (Spanish).
- CFH Financial Assistance Application.
- Billing Collections Payment Policy.
A patient access representative will complete the MSP when you arrive for your surgery, test or procedure. The questionnaire contains all of the necessary questions that need to be asked of the beneficiary to determine if there is other insurance that is primary to Medicare. Accurately completing the MSP questionnaire ensures expedient payments to providers, as well as compliance with Medicare rules and regulations.
The basic definition of precertification is obtaining approval from the insurer for patient services prior to treatment. This is a critical element for payment of services. For surgical cases, the physician's office is responsible for obtaining precertification. It is advisable for you to follow up with your doctor to ensure this process has occurred. Failure to have a surgery, test or procedure precertified could result in reduced or denied benefits by the insurance carrier.
If you are uninsured and have any pre-existing condition, such as diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or cancer, you may be eligible to purchase health insurance under the pre-existing condition insurance plan. To be eligible, a person must:
- Be a United States citizen or legal resident.
- Have been without health insurance for at least 6 months.
- Have a pre-existing condition or have been denied health coverage because of a health condition.
For more information, visit healthcare.gov.
If you have questions related to prices or out-of-pocket expenses, please contact Financial Counseling at 352.323.5040.