Beachwood Medical Center Procedure Pricing
Price Estimator Tool
Pricing transparency is important to help our patients understand their health care costs. Our price estimator gives you an estimate of the out-of-pocket costs based on your insurance plan and the procedure requested. This tool may not represent all services offered by Lake Health; if you are unable to find a specific service, please call us at 440-602-6682.
Get estimated costs for services such as:
- Cardiac services
- Imaging exams such as CT scans, MRI, mammograms and x-rays
- Inpatient care
- Lab tests
- Surgical procedures
If you have concerns about the estimated cost of care, please reach out to our Lake Health Financial Advocates at 440-602-6682. Our Financial Advocates can help you understand the cost of your care, navigate the billing process, offer an appropriate plan for payment options, or discuss government assistance programs and our Care Assurance program (based on financial need).
Know what you’re paying
In compliance with federal and state law, we are providing a comprehensive list of charges for each inpatient and outpatient service or item provided by Beachwood Medical Center, also known as a chargemaster, along with an abbreviated price list for our most common procedures. These are not helpful tools for patients to comparison shop between hospitals or to estimate what health care services are going to cost them out of their own pocket.
Get help understanding the cost of your care
For more information about the cost of your care or if you are uninsured or underinsured or cannot pay your bill in full, please call Lake Health Patient Financial Counseling at 440-602-6682.
Average Charges for Diagnosis Related Groups (DRG)
Lake Health provides Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) information that contains the numeric code, description, and average total charges (in USD) for inpatient services associated with each case. Each DRG represents the reason for the admission or procedure done during an inpatient hospital stay at Lake Health. These averages are based on 2020 cases.