UMC El Paso is committed to delivering value and high-quality care, while also complying with state and federal laws requiring pricing information be made available to the public. Effective January 1, 2021, CMS regulation requires all hospitals to make public their standard charges for items and services provided to patients in two parts: 1) 300 shoppable services; and, 2) Machine-readable format.

Effective September 1, 2021, the state price transparency rule established through SB 1137 (87th Texas Legislature, Regular Session) requires hospitals to post on the internet, in machine-readable format, a list of standard charges or chargemaster and a list of standard charges for each of at least 300 shoppable services.

Click here for a on each link to view or download UMC's list of standard charges (attach doc). The list of standard charges includes gross charges, payor-specific negotiated charges; de-identified minimum and maximum negotiated charges; and discounted cash prices.

Click here to access a list of charges for 300 shoppable services (attach doc). A shoppable service is a service that can be scheduled by a patient in advance. The list of charges for 300 shoppable services include de-identified minimum and maximum negotiated charges, discounted cash prices, and payor-specific negotiated charges.

Click here for information regarding billing/insurance, to view a list of contracted insurance providers and to view information on "Good Faith Estimates".

As a part of our continuing commitment to our community, UMC El Paso may provide financial assistance to individuals in need. You can click here to learn more about our charity care program, Healthcare Options