Pay My Bill
PCHS accepts cash, check, debit cards, money orders and VISA/Master Card/AMEX/Discover credit cards for payment.
Ways to pay your bill
Notification of Protection against “Surprise Billing”
“Surprise billing” occurs when you get a bill that you didn’t expect. State and federal law protects patients from surprise healthcare bills for many different kinds of services.
PCHS believes that no one should delay care because they can’t afford it. We welcome all patients without regard for your insurance status or ability to pay. We offer sliding fee discounts, and if you feel that you cannot pay your bill, we offer hardship waivers. Insured or not, we will work with you and your plan to make sure you get the care you need.
In accordance with the federal No Surprises Act, you can dispute a medical bill for services provided in 2022 if your final charges are at least $400 higher than the good faith estimate you requested in advance of your procedure and you file your dispute claim within 120 days of the date on your bill.
If you would like to discuss payment options, set up a payment plan, or believe you have wrongly received a surprise bill, get in touch with our Billing Department by calling (360) 377-3776. You may also file a complaint with the state Office of the Insurance Commissioner at https://www.insurance.wa.gov/file-complaint-or-check-your-complaint-status, or contact the Department of Health and Human Services at 1-800-985-3059.