Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony accepts most major commercial insurances. We are committed to working with your doctor, insurance provider and employer to provide you full access to our health care services. In addition to accepting cash, checks, and credit cards, we offer a variety of payment options to suit your needs.
Our patient support team is available to you late nights and weekends. Call or email to get more details on your account or discuss your payment options. 866.491.4366
CareCredit® is a credit card issued exclusively for use in paying for your health care expenses. You can apply for a CareCredit® card to cover the facility portion of your bill at participating surgical facilities.
- Depending on the cost of your procedure and the options offered at your surgical facility, you may choose between 6, 12, 18, and 24-month special financing options on qualifying purchases of $200 or more.*
- To apply for a CareCredit® credit card Click Here
- Contact us if you have any questions.
*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. See the provider for details.
Hospital Pricing Information
New guidelines established by the United States Department of Health and Human Services require hospitals to place a list of their standard charges on their website. This includes the hospital’s standard charges for each diagnosis-related group (DRG). A DRG provides a way to categorize the type of patients a hospital treats and covers all charges associated with an inpatient stay from admission to discharge.
We understand that the costs of care can be confusing. A comprehensive list, generally referred to as the hospital’s “chargemaster,” includes the standard charges established by the hospital for individual services and supplies provided, and may be accessed below. The hospital’s average charges for each DRG also may be accessed below. The payment amounts that hospitals receive for patient care do not necessarily reflect the prices on either the chargemaster or the hospital’s average DRG charge.
If you have private insurance and are interested in understanding what your “out-of-pocket” costs may be for the care you receive at the hospital, we encourage you to contact your health insurance company because it is in the best position to help you understand your healthcare financial obligations. For patients with Medicare or Medicaid or patients without insurance, you may contact the hospital’s patient financial services department for estimates or additional information.
For any assistance regarding this information, please contact our business office at 281-243‑1000 option 3.