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Making Your Stay Easier

At Perry County Memorial Hospital, our goal is to do everything we can to make you and your guests feel safe and comfortable while you are in our care. The following resources will help you as a PCMH patient.

Financial Assistance

Perry County Memorial Hospital is committed to offering financial assistance to people who have health care needs and are not able to pay for care. You may be able to get financial aid if you are not insured, underinsured, not eligible for a government program, or do not qualify for governmental assistance like Medicare or Medicaid.

PCMH strives to make sure that the financial capacity of people who need health care services does not prevent them from seeking or receiving care. You can view a summary of the Hospital’s Financial Assistance Policy (FAP) here or download the FAP application here.

Patient Pricing Information

Together with the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), Perry County Memorial Hospital embraces the transparency of hospital quality and price. We believe making this data available to the public leads to more informed patients and more confidence in the health system.

The pricing information provided is representative fees for diagnosis testing, treatment, surgery and/or hospitalization. The information provided is a comprehensive list of charges for each inpatient and outpatient service or item provided by Perry County Memorial Hospital (also known as a chargemaster). These charges are not necessarily what your health insurance plan will pay or what you will owe for services received at Perry County Memorial Hospital.

There are many factors that influence the actual cost of an item or service, including insurance coverage, rates negotiated with payors, and variables involved in a patient’s actual care.

Furthermore, the previous list of charges for services only includes charges from the hospital. It does not reflect charges for physicians, such as a surgeon, anesthesiologist, radiologist, pathologists, or any other specialists or provider who may be involved in providing particular services to a patient.

For more information about the cost of care, please visit this link. This website was created by the Indiana Hospital Association to inform health care consumers about various aspects of hospital pricing and allow comparisons based on charges and quality metrics.

Download the Chargemaster for 2024

Individuals with additional questions about potential costs or other financial information regarding care at Perry County Memorial Hospital should contact our Financial Counselor, Carrie Shearn, at (812) 547-0148.

HIPAA Notice

Download Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act PDF.

View HIPAA Notice

Community Information & Resources

Perry County is located in extreme South-Central Indiana along the Ohio River between Evansville, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky. About half population of Perry County lives in the incorporated communities of Tell City, Cannelton, and Troy along the river, and the remaining population lives in the smaller unincorporated communities and rural areas. We are a rural but progressive community with an abundance of natural amenities and a fair share of major national and international corporations.

Facts About Perry County, Indiana

Population (2010 Census) = 19,338

Perry County Schools Resources

Facts About Spencer County, Indiana

Population (2000 Census) = 20,391

Facts About Hancock County, Kentucky

Population (2010 Census) = 8,565

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Community Health Needs Assessment
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