Campbell County Health has established several payment options to assist
patients who may face challenges paying their hospital bills. Office hours
are Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm.
Our financial counselors have been trained to help you choose the payment
option that best fits your needs.
These programs are designed for Campbell County, Wyoming residents, living
in the area for at least 12 months, who are unable to pay for care.
In House payment arrangements
Campbell County Health has an interest-free payment matrix to allow patients
to extend their payments over a period of time until the account is paid
in full. Call 307.689.3343 to learn more.
Zero Interest Patient Financing
Campbell County Health provides the ClearBalance® patient-friendly
payment option. The program is a zero-interest revolving credit account
with flexible payment terms. Use the ClearBalance program to manage your
out-of-pocket expenses, including deductibles and insurance copayments,
for care at Campbell County Health and Powder River Surgical Center.
Call us for more information: 307-688-1482.
ClearBalance offers you peace-of-mind
• Zero-interest credit account for your services at Campbell County Health
• No credit check
• Combine all of your family’s medical bills at Campbell County
Health into one monthly statement and one manageable monthly payment
• Convenience to manage and view your account online at
Revolving credit accounts are offered by MetaBank, member FDIC. ClearBalance
is a registered service mark of CSI Financial Services, LLC, which provides
certain account servicing functions for the bank.
Uninsured: Prompt Pay Discounts
CCH offers a 30% discount for patients considered 100% self-pay (no insurance
available) if payment is made in full within 30 days of the first bill.
Call us for more information: 307.688.2690.
CCH has partnered with MedData to help CCH patients find sources that will
pay for their medical bills, such as Chip, Crime Victim Services, Medicaid,
SSDI, SSI, and Veteran benefits, among others. This service is available for free.
The eligibility advocate at CCH will help patients:
• understand what services are available to them that could help
cover the costs of their medical bills by looking at government and charity programs
• gather paperwork and complete applications to apply for those services
• and set up appointments with state case workers
If you have an appointment, below is a list of important documents we ask
you bring with you:
• Verification of all household income - previous three months
• Copy of Social Security card and Driver's License
• Copy of Birth Certificate for all members of the household
For more information, please call Danielle Christopherson, CCH MedData
Advocate, at 307.688.1107 or visit