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MyChart makes it easy to pay your bills online.

Please note: Online payment processing is not currently available for patients of Mirmont Treatment Center.

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Financial assistance

Main Line Health provides financial assistance to people who are in need.

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To speak with a Main Line Health billing representative, please call:

484.337.1970

More ways to pay

Pay as a guest online

If you do not have a MyChart account, select pay as guest from the sign in page to process a payment without an account.

SMS text message alerts

After your visit with a Main Line Health provider, you will receive a text message from us letting you know you have a payment due. The text message will include a link to pay.mlhs.org, which gives you access to your statement. All the details of your payment history and visit are available for review within the message.

This text message will always be sent to you from 89523 on your cellular device. Only patients that consent and provide their mobile number will receive text messages. If you would like to to receive text message statements, please call our customer service department and provide your cellular number so they may update your record.

Pay by phone (IVR)

Main Line Health offers an interactive payment service (available 24/7) that allows you to pay your balance over the phone with an automated agent.

484.337.1970 (option 2)

Pay by mail

Patients who wish to pay their balances via check may mail their payment to the below P.O. Box for processing. Please make sure the account number (6-7 digit number located at the top left of your statement) is written in the memo section of your check so we apply your payment to the correct account.

Main Line Health
Patient Payments
P.O. Box 780163
Philadelphia, PA 19178-0163

Frequently asked questions

  • What does a bill from Main Line Health look like?

  • Do you offer payment arrangements?

  • I see the same item listed on the physician's bill and the hospital bill. Why?

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