If you need help paying your medical bill, we’re here for you. Payment plans, loans, and financial assistance are still in place for people who can’t pay their balance in full. Our customer service team is available at 1.866.429.6045 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m). Thank you for your patience with minor service delays as we adapt to this challenge we face as a community.

Billing fraud alert: 3rd-party companies

Some 3rd party companies may try to collect payments claiming to be on behalf of UCHealth. For your safety, please do not share any personal information, logins, account numbers or passwords with these companies – they do not represent UCHealth. The most secure way to pay your bill is through UCHealth’s online bill pay service, our mobile app, or by mailing your payment.

UCHealth has partnered with Bank of America and Zelle to enhance our refund process. If you have received an email from either Zelle or Bank of America, this is not a scam or fraud. Please note, you will not receive a phone call from Zelle related to a UCHealth refund. You may visit bankofamerica.com/online-banking/zelle-faqs/ for information regarding the Zelle process with Bank of America.

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  • Insurance updates
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Billing estimates



Need to know your costs ahead of time? Get estimates for select patient procedures and services in real-time, over the phone or online.

Get an estimate

This added transparency can help you understand your financial obligations and get help with paying for costs before you even receive care.

  • You provide a CPT code (given to you by your provider or clinic) to receive an estimate in advance.
  • Some procedure estimates are available online via your My Health Connection account.
  • Estimates may be quoted with or without insurance. When confirming insurance, your deductible and out-of-pocket maximum contributions will be factored into an estimate.
  • Estimates over the phone are also provided in writing upon request.

Contact us for an estimate at 877.349.8520

Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

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Note: Estimates are not a guarantee of service. Estimates do not include non UCHealth-employed physician fees, which may be determined at the time of service.
Patient estimates will not provide billing estimates for special discount self-pay packages provided by individual clinics, transplant services, urgent care or emergency department visits. Please contact your individual clinic for an estimate on a self-pay package.

The cost estimator tool for patients is available within My Health Connection.

Insurance and pricing


UCHealth locations make pricing information for uninsured patients available for the most common health care services to help consumers understand and anticipate their financial responsibilities and make informed choices about the care they receive. If you have insurance, please select the insured patients link below.

If you are covered by health insurance

UCHealth strongly encourages you to consult with your health insurer to determine accurate information about your financial responsibility for a particular health care service provided at a UCHealth facility.

Insured patients

If you are not covered by health insurance

Please contact the facility to discuss payment options prior to receiving a health care service from a UCHealth facility, since prices for health care services posted on this site may not reflect the actual amount of your financial responsibility.

Uninsured patients