Accepted Insurance Plans
Mercy Health accepts a variety of health insurance types from many carriers to best serve our communities. To verify your coverage, choose the hospital location you plan to visit below.
- Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital
- Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital
- Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital
- Mercy Health – West Hospital
- The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health
- Mercy Health – Children’s Hospital
- Mercy Health – Defiance Hospital
- Mercy Health – St. Anne Hospital
- Mercy Health – St. Charles Hospital
- Mercy Health – Tiffin Hospital
- Mercy Health – Willard Hospital
- Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center
- Mercy Health – St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital
- Mercy Health – St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital
- Mercy Health – St. Joseph Warren Hospital
Medicare has two billing parts. Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) helps to pay for inpatient hospital services. Medicare Part B (medical insurance) helps to pay for providers, outpatient services and point of care expenses.
Sometimes Medicare Part B payments are made directly to you, and then you will submit payment to Mercy Health for any portions not covered by Medicare or other insurance. More information can be found at medicare.gov or by calling Customer Service.
With a network of more than 83,000 active providers, Ohio Department of Medicaid delivers healthcare coverage to 2.9 million residents of Ohio on a daily basis. For more information, please visit medicaid.ohio.gov.
If you are a Kentucky resident enrolled in Medicaid, please visit http://www.chfs.ky.gov/default.htm for more information on your benefits and next steps.