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hospital outpatient department FAQs
What is a hospital outpatient department?
A hospital outpatient department is a location where hospital services are provided even though not located on the main hospital campus. Through a hospital outpatient department, we can offer additional services that are not offered at a private physician’s office. These locations allow for seamlessly coordinated high-quality care.
How will this change affect my bill?
Each patient’s insurance plan is unique. Depending on your plan and the services you receive, you may or may not have higher out-of-pocket costs when at a hospital outpatient department. You may see a separate facility charge and a physician/professional charge on your bill. The facility charge covers the costs for running the hospital outpatient department location, such as supplies, equipment, and hospital staff, including staff based at the main hospital locations who are responsible for supervision and oversight of the hospital outpatient department. The professional charge covers the cost of your healthcare professional’s services. In practices that are not considered a hospital outpatient department, these services are typically combined into one charge. You may now see these charges separately depending on your health plan.
Who do I contact if I have questions about my bill or obtaining financial assistance?
After November 6, 2022, please call (888) 472-0043 for questions about billing or financial assistance for services.
Online Communities & Support
(This website allows people with cancer to create their own webpage to keep family and friends in the loop regarding their treatments and progress.)
(This is a safe place for kids to help each other deal with grief and loss. It’s a place to deal with feelings in their e-mail support group, to share and view artwork and stories, and for parents and kids to ask questions and find answers.)
(A mentoring program for kids who have lost a parent to cancer.)
(This website is for women with cancer. Providing information regarding makeup techniques and how to improve their appearance during treatment, i.e., hair loss or eyelash loss. This non-profit also provides information on local workshops.)
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I am currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer at Roper St. Francis Hospital and would like to acknowledge two physicians who truly embody your mission of “healing with compassion, faith and excellence”.
Please join Charleston Oncology and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in support of National Survivor Month, celebrating those who have fought the disease and those currently in treatment.
June is National Cancer Survivor Month and throughout the month we are honoring our brave patients and sharing their inspirational stories.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that develops when melanocytes (the cells that give the skin its tan or brown color) start to grow out of control. Watch the video to learn more about melanoma from Charleston Oncology’s Dr. Charles S. Holladay.
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. This month, Charleston Oncology recognizes the importance of spreading awareness surrounding the disease.
Dr. Shelly Shand shares important tips for diagnosing breast cancer early and the latest advancements in breast cancer.