Billing & Payments
Ways to Pay Your Bill
There are a variety of ways to pay your hospital or clinic bill:
- Online: Click here to be routed to the secure MyChart payment portal.
- By Phone: Call (425) 688-5124.
- By Mail: Mail a check to the following address.
Overlake Medical Center & Clinics
Attn: Patient Financial Services
1035 116th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
If you have insurance, we will bill your insurance for you. If your insurance requires a co-pay, we will collect it before you leave the hospital.
Hospital (Inpatient at Overlake Medical Center)
The hospital will gladly bill your insurance company for your hospitalization when the proper information is given at the time you check-in to receive your services and benefits are assigned. The hospital will follow-up with you health insurance or plan to ensure payment for insurance portions.
Your hospitalization coverage is a contract between you and your insurance company. While we will bill your insurance carrier as a service to you, you are ultimately responsible for your account with us. Any portion of charges not covered by your insurance company will be due at the time those charges are identified, with the exception of elective cosmetic procedures, which must be paid prior to the procedure.
Clinics (Outpatient at Overlake Clinics)
The hospital or clinic will gladly bill your insurance company when the proper information is given and benefits are assigned. You are responsible for acquiring proper referral information from your primary care provider and/or your insurance company prior to your scheduled appointment. Your healthcare provider may fax the referral directly to our financial services office at (425) 688-5969 or you may bring it with you on the date of service.
In all cases, please review your medical benefits information. In particular, any requirements related to co-payments, co-insurance, deductibles, non-covered services, referrals and authorizations. You may be financially responsible for services rendered that are deemed non-covered benefits under your plan. Additionally, services determined not medically necessary prior to receiving them are often patient responsibility as your carrier will send you a letter outlining why the authorization is denied.