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Thank you for choosing Kimball Health Services for your healthcare needs. We have multiple options and ways for you to pay your bill to Kimball Health Services. 

Online Payment Options at KHS

Please use your MyCare Corner patient portal to pay your bills and view statements.

My Care Corner Login

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How to Use MyCareCorner

Other Methods of Payment

You can also make payments by calling our Patient Financial Services at (855) 204-6368.

If you prefer face-to-face interaction, feel free to visit our office located at:

255 W 4th Street
Kimball, Nebraska 69145

Frequently Asked Questions

When will my payment be posted to my account?

Your payment may take 3 to 5 days to post to your account. 

If it has not been posted after five business days, please contact Patient Financial Services at (855) 204-6368.

Can I access a payment plan?

We ensure that financial constraints don't hinder your healthcare needs. We offer affordable financing options for eligible patients. To know more, call (855) 204-6368.

I have questions about my bill; who can I talk to?

For any billing or financing questions, reach out to our Patient Financial Services at (855) 204-6368.

You can also visit our office for a face-to-face interaction at:

255 W 4th Street Kimball, Nebraska 69145

Can I drop my payment at the hospital?

You can make a payment at the hospital desk during business hours. 

Do you offer financial assistance?

You can call our Patient Financial Services from Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (308) 235-1990, or access more information about them here. 

Why am I receiving bills from other organizations?

During your hospital visit, you might have used services from other entities like Advanced Medical Imaging or specialty clinic providers. These providers have their own billing procedures and should be contacted directly for queries.

Why do I have multiple bills?

We have separate billing systems for clinic and hospital services, so if you received services at both on the same day, you'll get two bills. Also, Medicare or Medicaid requires us to bill all lab tests performed in the clinic on our hospital system.

Why did I receive two Explanation of Benefits (EOBs)?

For certain services like the emergency department, we bill most insurances on a hospital claim for facility services and a doctor claim for the physician's services. This results in two claims and two subsequent EOBs.

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