Community Assistance Pricing (CAP)™ Program
Today, health care is more expensive than ever, making it tougher for you
to stay healthy. At Garden City Hospital, we don’t want you to sacrifice
your wellness because you are worried about the bills.
That’s why we have a reduced pricing program for those who do not
have insurance. Garden City Hospital believes the easier it is for you
to pay for services, the better you can maintain good health.
With our Community Assistance Pricing Program, you don’t have to
choose between your family’s health and your budget. Now, you can
If you do not have medical insurance, you may qualify to save 40-80% on
many medical services and procedures. There are two ways to participate
in the CAP Program:
- Pay in advance of your appointment.
- Pay at the time services are provided.
“CAP” Your Emergency Room (ER) Visit
The last thing you need to worry about when arriving for emergency medical
care is how much it will cost. When you pay the same day you are treated,
we “CAP” your ER charge at $200 – no matter what tests,
procedures or emergency services you receive during the visit, thus saving
you hundreds of dollars. For your convenience, Garden City Hospital accepts
most debit and credit cards, checks and cash. The ER CAP fee includes
ER physician and radiologist fee. If the ER visit results in a hospital
admission, ER CAP pricing is not applicable.
For a complete listing of services discounted by CAP pricing, click
here. Find out if you qualify for Garden City Hospital's Community Assistance
Pricing™ (CAP) by calling 877-717-WELL.
* PHYSICIAN SERVICES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CAP FEE UNLESS SPECIFIED.
Garden City Hospital is proud to continue its not-for-profit mission with
the introduction of the Charity Care Program. As a vital part of the community,
Garden City Hospital recognizes the needs of our diverse community. We
want all patients to receive necessary medical care regardless of their
Our Charity Care program gives prorated discounts to qualified uninsured
or underinsured patients who are not eligible for medical assistance through
the state or county health insurance programs AND who are within 450 percent
of the federally established poverty guidelines.
Patients may be eligible for Charity Care if they have no insurance or
high co-pays/deductibles associated with their insurance. Medicare patients
without secondary insurance may also be eligible for the Charity Care program.
If you think you may be eligible for this program, or would like information
regarding alternative methods to pay for your medical expenses, please
contact our financial counselor at 734-458-4436. You may contact us by
firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions will be treated courteously and confidentially.
Income Guidelines and Application for the Charity Care Program
Charity Care Information Letter