Patient Billing

Paying your medical bills at Main Line Health is easy. You can pay online, by phone or by mail. We're committed to making the billing process simple and stress-free as possible for our patients.

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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, 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 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

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What does a bill from Main Line Health look like?

Do you offer payment arrangements?

Main Line Health partners with AccessOne to help patients pay their medical expenses with affordable payment plans. The benefits of an AccessOne payment plan include flexible, 0%- or low-interest payment options, no credit reporting, no annual or hidden fees and easy payment methods. To get started, call 484.337.1970 or visit AccessOne.

I see the same item listed on the physicians bill and the hospital bill. Why?

Every hospital visit involves both physician and hospital resources. Although the hospital and the provider may use the same language to describe each charge, their bills are for separate services. The physician's bill will be for professional assessment, direction and oversight. The hospital's bill will be for the technical resources, including procedures and equipment, medications and supplies.
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Additional resources

We strive to offer our patients clear and accessible price information, despite the difficulties posed by the intricacies of health insurance plans.

  • No Surprise Billing Disclosure: If you need emergency care or receive treatment from a provider out of your network who is located within an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you’re protected from surprise billing.
  • Price transparency: We’re committed to delivering top-notch care and value, all while complying with federal laws that mandate price transparency for public knowledge. 



Health insurance marketplace

The Health Insurance Marketplace, a key part of the Affordable Care Act, took effect in 2014. It’s a new way for individuals, families, and employees of small businesses to get health coverage.

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