Hanover Hospital accepts a wide variety of insurance plans. Our Customer Service Representatives are available to help you make financial arrangements based on your insurance coverage.
Click here or in the side menu to learn more about Hanover Hospital accepted insurances and answers to frequently asked questions.
We understand that hospital bills and insurance claims can be confusing. We want to help you understand what Hanover Hospital will do to assist you and how you can assist us. Click here or in the side menu to learn more about bills and claims.
Hanover Hospital’s Financial Assistance program provides discounts to patients (up to 100% of hospital charges) who meet financial eligibility guidelines. All patients eligible for financial assistance will not be charged more for medically necessary care than the amounts generally billed to patients who have insurance. Click here or in the side menu to learn more about our Financial Assistance Policy.
Hanover Hospital provides an estimated price list for charges of our most common procedures. The hospital’s charges are the same for all patients, but a patient’s responsibility may vary, depending on individual health insurers. To obtain pricing information for services not listed on our pricing page, please contact our Chargemaster Coordinator at (717) 316-7102.
Our focus is to make the registration process pleasant and convenient for our patients. Upon your arrival for outpatient services or inpatient stay, please visit the registration reception desk to obtain a ticket to be directed to the next available representative for your service. For more information on what items to have ready and how the process works, click here or in the side menu.
Our goal is to ensure the smoothest transition possible on the day of your discharge. You can help in that transition by using this checklist prior to your day of discharge.
- All coats, shoes and clothing are packed.
- Arrangements have been made for someone to pick you up prior to 11 a.m. (unless your Physician prescribes otherwise).
- Prescriptions have been reviewed.
- Dietary questions have been answered. (If not, please call ext. 2247)
- Please be certain all flowers, cards, and gifts are taken home the day before you are discharged.
- Take all personal items with you at discharge.
- Any medications that you brought into the hospital should be taken with you.
In addition to these reminders for your day of discharge, click here for a printable full home safety checklist (.pdf)
Know your medications and how drugs may interact with each other. ConsumerMedSafety.org is a resource provided by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices that allows consumers to play a more informed role in preventing medication errors.
This unique, interactive website provides reliable, expert advice that will clearly impact medication safety. It offers consumers various methods of learning about drug safety, including but not limited to the following:
- Memorable stories about actual errors that have happened and how to prevent them
- Peer-reviewed advice from safety experts, including you, our health professional readers
- Notification of applicable drug recalls or drug class recalls that may affect consumers, based on the list of medications they provided
View more information about medication errors and a current list of alerts at ConsumerMedSafety.org.
In all cases, language and deaf interpretation is free to our patients. We discourage family members from interpreting.
The form we use in patient registration includes some of the more commonly requested languages. Please click here to view that form.
To learn more about Certified Languages International interpretive services and all of the languages offered through their company, please click here