Patient Financial Services


Estimate Your Health Care Costs

Dignity Health is committed to helping patients make informed decisions about their care. Our cost estimating tool helps you estimate your out-of-pocket costs for care. This tool provides cost estimates for at least 300 common medical services and procedures.

While this tool can help you estimate some health care costs, it’s important to know that it only provides a partial estimate. The estimate includes the hospital’s charges and fees, but it does not include physician fees, such as charges for your emergency room physician, radiologist or anesthesiologist. In addition, your final cost may be higher or lower depending on many factors, including insurance coverage, the length of your stay in the hospital, health complications and recommended treatments ordered by your doctor.

For a more complete understanding of your financial responsibility, contact your insurance provider. You may also contact us to speak with a Dignity Health financial counselor and learn about financial assistance options you may be eligible for.


Getting Started

To generate the most accurate estimate for your health care procedure, please have the following information available:

  • Insurance information, if applicable (not required)
  • Patient’s personal information, including contact information
  • The name of your procedure or service


Click here to Estimate Your Costs

List of YRMC Charges for Services

A listing of YRMC’s charges can be accessed using the links below.  Please be aware that these charges should only be used as a guideline, as actual charges may vary.

These charges do not reflect the actual amount owed by the patient, which is dependent on specific insurance and other factors. Additionally, these charges do not include fees charged for services provided by physicians working in the hospital, such as surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, hospitalists, and anesthesiologists.

To get an estimate of your out-of-pocket cost, please call our patient financial service representatives at (928) 771-5151.  A discount is available for prompt payment, please contact Patient Financial Services for details. 

YRMC Inpatient Stay Average Charges

Below is a list of average charges by Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) for inpatient stays. This should only be used as a guideline as actual charges incurred will vary based on a variety of factors, such as severity of illness, selected medical devices and length of stay. Note that the average charges listed for certain DRGs may not be representative if there is a low volume of procedures performed.

Direct Pay Pricing

Price lists for the 50 most common inpatient and outpatient procedures can also be downloaded from this page. This price information applies to patients who do not have insurance or who do have insurance and sign a notice requesting the opportunity to pay direct pay pricing versus having their insurance billed. For more information about direct pay pricing and the necessary documentation that must be completed, please call our patient financial service representatives at (928) 771-5151.

The Direct Pay Price is the maximum price that a patient would pay for standard treatments for specified diagnoses and services regardless of insurance status, if paid directly by the patient or the patient’s employer.

Actual charges incurred will vary based on a variety of factors, such as severity of illness, selected medical devices and length of stay. If the actual charges incurred for a patient’s care are less than the Direct Pay Price, the patient will only be responsible for the actual charges.

Please contact Patient Financial Services with any questions.

Standard Charges

Please note the intent of this file is to be machine-readable in accordance with  federal requirements. Please refer to our Cost Estimator Tool for access to consumer-friendly pricing information on shoppable services.

The following Standard Charges Machine Readable File is posted in a CMS-compliant .JSON file format. Per 45 CFR 180.20, Machine Readable File format means “a digital representation of data or information in a file that can be imported or read into a computer system for further processing. Examples of machine-readable formats include, but are not limited to, .XML, .JSON and .CSV formats.”  Because the files are intended to be read by machines for further processing, these files are not intended to be user-friendly. Please use our Cost Estimator Tool for access to user-friendly consumer pricing information on shoppable services.

Our hospital used the recommended format/schema provided by CMS for .JSON machine-readable file development. The detailed schema can be found here on the CMS Hospital Price Transparency Resources page.