What will your care cost at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center?
Knowing how much you’ll pay in medical expenses ahead of time can be a big help. At The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, we’re committed to providing you high-quality personalized health care—and to addressing your financial questions and concerns before you receive a bill.
Using the tools below, you can get out-of-pocket estimates or download our patient pricing lists (the amount billed to your insurance company) for items and services including radiology, labor and delivery, surgery and laboratory tests.
Get a price estimate online
For many of our services and procedures, there are two ways you can get an instant quote for your out-of-pocket costs:
Request an estimate for a procedure not available in MyChart/Guest estimates above
For questions regarding estimates, call us at 614-293-2100.
Downloadable Price Lists
Price List Disclaimer
By downloading, you agree to and accept the following:
Standard hospital charges are the dollar amount a provider sets for services rendered before negotiated rates and discounts are applied. Standard charges are the same for all patients treated at OSUWMC. A patient’s responsibility or cost sharing will vary depending on benefits provided by individual health insurance companies and a patient’s known out of pocket responsibility (i.e. deductible, co-insurance, copays). Uninsured or underinsured patients should consult with our patient financial counselors to determine whether they qualify for assistance. Learn more about our financial assistance policies.
At OSUWMC, we have created two online estimate tools located on this page—MyChart Estimates and Guest Estimates—that can assist you in understanding your cost for care. If needed, you are always welcome to call us for an estimate at 614-293-2100.
Your hospital bill will reflect all of the hospital services you received during your stay or outpatient service with us. Standard hospital charges do not include professional provider fees and you may receive additional bills from those who helped with your care such as a pathologist, anesthesiologist, admitting physician, emergency physician or your surgeon.
In addition, we have provided a listing of services by DRG (Diagnosis-Related Group). A DRG is a patient classification system for inpatient services that standardizes prospective payment to hospitals and encourages cost containment initiatives. This list shows the average total charges by DRG.
Two CY2020 Average DRG are posted for download by clicking the button below.
The information contained in these files is current as of the last upload of 1/1/2021. Charges are subject to periodic changes.