We know that the billing process can sometimes be confusing. At St. Peter’s Health, we are committed to helping make the process of managing health care costs as simple and worry-free as possible.
If you’re ready to pay a bill, there are several ways to pay, including our online payment portal. If you have questions, our local team of patient billing experts is ready to help you to understand how to pay your bill, the billing process, outline financial assistance options and offer estimates for future services.
Do you have billing questions?
Connect with our local patient billing expert team at 406-447-2783
Pay your bill online
You can view your current balance, pay your bill or set up a payment plan using the St. Peter's Health Payment Portal.
St. Peter’s Health is committed to helping our patients work through financial issues that may arise before or after treatment. We are here to help ensure these issues never prevent anyone from seeking care by providing access to financial counselors, offering zero-interest payment plans and free or discounted care for those who qualify through our assistance program.
Cost estimation and responsibility
By working together, we can minimize misunderstandings, payment delays and billing costs.
To help make the billing process as easy as possible, we bill your insurance company directly. However, insurance benefits do not always cover the complete cost of care. If you are unsure of your coverage for a particular medical procedure or test, we recommend that you contact your insurance provider before scheduling the appointment. Please note, you are responsible for any charges not covered by your benefit plan.
To obtain an estimate for future services, please visit our Charges and Cost Estimator Tool page or our online price estimator tool that calculates detailed cost estimates on-demand, and have charge lists available for download. You can also request an estimate by completing this form or by calling our patient billing team at (406) 447-2783. Please keep in mind that estimates do not represent a guarantee of what will be charged. There are often many variables to each individual patient’s treatment and services, and costs may vary greatly depending upon many factors including but not limited to insurance coverage, type of treatment and resources consumed.
Once you receive your first statement, your account balance is due within 30 days. If you are unable to pay, please contact us as soon as possible to make payment arrangements.