Billing and Insurance
Grady provides the same quality of care to all patients – whether or not they have health insurance. However, all patients share some financial responsibility for that care.
As a valued Grady patient, we want you to know and understand your financial responsibility for your visit or hospital stay. It’s important to bring your insurance card with you to each visit. We can help you understand your benefits and any responsibility you may have for deductibles, co-insurance or co-payment at the time of service.
Grady accepts private health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and workers’ compensation. Grady accepts cash, check, traveler’s check, money order, Discover, Visa, MasterCard and American Express for payment.
Pay Your Bill Online
Grady offers you convenient, easy and secure access to pay your bill online.
You will need your statement to pay for EMS services or pay as a guest. If you don’t have a statement, or need assistance, please contact Patient Financial Services at (404) 616-2991.
Financial Assistance Program
We recognize that not everyone has the resources they need to obtain medical care. For that reason, we are happy to offer Financial Assistance to those in need. If you have received Grady services and find it would be a hardship to cover them financially, we encourage you to apply for financial assistance.
If you live in Fulton or DeKalb County, we offer a Financial Assistance Program. For an appointment with a Financial Counselor to determine if you are eligible, please call (404) 616-1000. Your information will be evaluated for financial assistance.
If you do not live in Fulton or DeKalb County, and you come to a Grady facility for non-emergency or non-specialty outpatient medical care, you will be required to pay in full for your medical services before you will be seen by a healthcare provider. We encourage all uninsured patients to complete the financial assistance process so that you can receive the appropriate discount for services. Those who do not go through financial assistance will be asked to pay the full cost of their care.
If you have questions about your bill or insurance, please contact Patient Financial Services at (404) 616-2991, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Standard List of Charges
Click here for a list of our standard charges in a machine-readable format.
Please note that our standard charges rarely represent the amount a patient or an insurance company will pay for services.
To fully understand the amount you may owe after insurance payment, please contact your insurance company.