Patient Financial Services

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Newport Hospital & Health Services wants you to understand your hospital and clinic bills. The Patient Financial Services Department is staffed with personnel to assist you with specific questions regarding concerns you may have at any point during the billing cycle.

Staff is available Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm to serve you. You can stop by or call during these hours, or e-mail us anytime.

NHHS Patient Financial Services
100 S. Scott
Newport, WA 99156

509-447-9351 – Local
800-256-3727 – Toll free
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Beware of Scams!

Monday, May 10, 2021 –

NEWPORT – Newport Hospital and Health Services (NHHS) was notified this week that members of the community are receiving voicemail messages from a caller identified as “Newport Hospital” on the caller I.D. screen.

The message indicates that the person owes a specific balance and that Newport Hospital is authorized to take the money directly out of the person’s bank account.  The message then says, “If you think this is incorrect, please stay on the line to speak to a representative.” At this point, the person may be asked to provide account numbers or further validation.

NHHS administration encourages the public to remain vigilant against scams such as this one.  If people receive suspicious calls, hang up and contact Patient Financial Services directly (509-447-9351) to inquire about potential debts associated with your patient account.  NHHS does not leave specific information about patients’ accounts in voicemail messages. NHHS would never utilize a “robo” call for debt collection or leave specifics about balances owed in a voicemail message.