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Accepted Insurance Plans

Yuma Regional Medical Center accepts a number of different insurance plans, including:

  • Medicare – This federal health insurance is designed for individuals age 65 and above or individuals with a qualifying disability and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or transplant). There are different parts of Medicare help to cover specific services. Part A (hospital insurance) which helps to pay for inpatient hospital services, care in a skilled nursing facility hospice care and some home health care. Part B (medical insurance) which helps pay for outpatient hospital services, clinic fees and doctor fees. Part B payments may be made directly to you; patients are responsible for reimbursing YRMC for any payments they receive and for any portions not covered by Medicare of supplemental or secondary insurance. If you are covered by Medicare, we will file your claim for you. If you have a Medicare supplemental policy, we will bill your supplemental insurance plan as well, upon our receipt of payment from Medicare.
     
  • AHCCCS (Medicaid) – This coverage is funded by the federal government and the state and is administered by the State of Arizona. AHCCCS offers medical programs and resources to serve Arizona residents who meet certain income and other requirements. If you are currently covered by AHCCCS, we will submit your claim upon verification of your eligibility. We will also submit your claims if you are covered by Medi-Cal for the State of California.
     
  • Commercial – These are premium-based insurance plans. The most common types of commercial insurance plans include, but are not limited to, conventional, employer group insurance plans, HMOs and PPOs. We will make every effort to verify your insurance eligibility and benefits and attempt to obtain authorization in accordance with your insurance company's policies. Your benefit coverage for care is determined solely by your insurance company and is based on the provisions of your specific medical benefit plan.
     
  • Workers Compensation – This medical coverage is provided by an employer or the employer’s representative when there is a work-related injury. If you are eligible for Workers Compensation, we will attempt to obtain authorization from your employer and/or industrial insurance plan.
If you do not have insurance coverage, please visit our Financial Assistance section for information about our self-pay discounts, payment plans, prenatal programs and coverage assistance.

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