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Monthly Payments | Payment Plans

We are pleased to offer our patients an interest-free monthly installment plan for those patients unable to pay the amount due in full. To qualify for the program, please contact  the MaineHealth Patient Financial Services Department. An agent is available to speak with you during regular business hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

  • Call 207-887-5100
  • The  toll free number is 866-804-2499.

A Patient Financial Services agent will be happy to assist you and discuss a payment plan. If your requested monthly payment amount does not meet our guidelines for a payment plan, you will 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 Patient Statement shows what insurers covered, and what you owe. Take a look at a Sample Patient Statement to see what everything means. If you still have questions, please call us at 207-887-5100.

Pay your bill online

Online payments are easy, safe and secure. They also are convenient. It’s easy to make an online payment.

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