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Monthly Payments | Payment Plans

MaineHealth offers interest-free, monthly payment plans to qualifying patients who are unable to pay their full balance. To learn more about the program, please contact MaineHealth Patient Financial Services Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm.

If the requested monthly payment amount does not meet our payment plan guidelines, you may be asked to complete a financial questionnaire.

Making a payment?

Please mail checks or credit card payments to:

Maine Health Patient Financial Services
PO Box 360430
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-6430

Understand your hospital bill

Your billing statement shows what insurers covered, and what you owe. View a Sample Patient Statement to see what everything means.

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