Hospitalization Fees


Useful information

  • The Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) covers most hospitalization charges for Québec residents.
  • Some services and medical treatments are not covered by the RAMQ. If you require such services or treatments, you will be informed. If you have private insurance, you must check to see if they will cover them.
  • The hospital is not responsible for decisions by insurance companies about the reimbursement of services that are not covered by the RAMQ.
  • If such charges are applicable, you must pay them before receiving those services.

Medical Treatment Fees

Patients who are not covered by a provincial health insurance plan

  • Care and services are provided only in emergency situations.
  • You must pay the fees for your visit. The rates are revised each year and could change.
  • The rates do not include the physician’s fees, which are billed separately.

Refugees

  • You must show one of the following documents to verify that you are eligible for the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP) or if you are the parents of a newborn.
    • Refugee Protection Claimant Document—IMM1442B
    • Interim Federal Health Certificate—IMM5695

Fees for Emergency Care and Hospitalization

Are you covered?

 

Québec Residents

Residents of Other Canadian Provinces

Refugees

Residents of Other Countries

Medical Treatment and Hospitalization Fees (See the list of fees.)

Entirely covered by the RAMQ if you have a valid health insurance card.

Entirely covered by your province if you have a valid health insurance card, except for certain services. 

Entirely covered by the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP).

You must pay the fees and check with your private insurance provider to see if they are covered.

Room Fees (3 beds or more)

Entirely covered by the RAMQ if you have a valid health insurance card.

Entirely covered by your province if you have a valid health insurance card, except for certain services.

Entirely covered by the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP).

Occupancy fees are included in the daily cost of hospitalization.

Private (1 bed) and Semi-Private (2 beds) Room Fees

Added fees for this type of room are not covered by the RAMQ.

 

You must pay the fees and check with your private insurance provider to see if they are covered.

Added fees for this type of room are not covered by the RAMQ.

 

You must pay the fees and check with your private insurance provider to see if they are covered.

Only one fee covered by the IFHP.

Only one fee applicable.

 


List of Fees for Services Provided

Non-Residents of Canada and Canadian Residents without a Valid Health Insurance Card

***The rates shown are for information purposes only. Fees are adjusted in April. ***

  • These rates do not include the physician’s fees.
  • The required fees are set annually by the MSSS.
  • These fees are charged to those who cannot provide a Refugee Protection Claimant Document or certificate of admissibility to the Interim Federal Health Program and those who do not have a valid health insurance card or a temporary card.
Services

Rates

Rates valid from April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2024
Outpatients
Emergency care/First contact (Birth Unit—UFN)$1 129.47
Birth Unit visit (UFN)$168.75
Radiography and lab testsAccording to the examination and the current rates
Family planning visit$404.31
Visit to the Family Medicine Unit$161.79
Visit to Out-patient clinics/follow-up visit$168.75
Visit to front-line health services (CLSC)$368.58
Visit to Day Medicine units$548.52
Minor surgery (without operating room)$207,27
Minor surgery (in operating room)$1 129,47
Day Surgery$4 767,96
Hospitalized Patients
Inpatient stay—adult$4 101
Inpatient stay—newborn$3 501

How to pay

  • You will be billed for care and services not covered by the RAMQ.
  • Check your insurance coverage before your hospitalization.
  • Payments can be made to the Accounts Payable Department, in person or by telephone. The accepted forms of payment are:
    • Pre-authorized payments (PAP)
    • Cash
    • Debit card
    • Credit card
    • Cheque (payable to: CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal)

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Contact us

Accounts Payable Department
Monday to Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (except statutory holidays)
 

Lakeshore General Hospital

Lakeshore General Hospital
Patients’ Cashier
160 Stillview Avenue, Pointe-Claire H9R 2Y2
Ground Floor, Rm. 1280

514 630-2225, ext. 1240 / 1242 / 1244
comptesrecevables_odi.comtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Hôpital de LaSalle

Hôpital de LaSalle
Patient Banking Services
8585 Terrasse Champlain
LaSalle  H8P 1C1
Ground Floor, Accounting
514 362 8000, ext. 31740 / 31742
comptesrecevables_dll.comtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca 

St. Mary’s Hospital Center

St. Mary’s Hospital Center
Patients’ Cashier
3830 Lacombe Ave.
Montréal H3T 1M5
Main Pavilion, Ground Floor, Rm. G308
514 345 3511, ext. 2670 / 3350
comptesrecevables_hsm.comtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Ste. Anne’s Hospital

Ste. Anne’s Hospital
Patients’ Cashier
305 Boulevard des Anciens-Combattants
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue H9X 1Y9
Main Pavilion, Office 1E-2009
514 457-3440, ext. 2451 / 2307
comptes.recevables.hsa.comtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Douglas Mental Health University Institute

Douglas Mental Health University Institute
Pavillon Perry
6875, boul. LaSalle
Verdun, H4H 1R3
Bureau E-1152

514 761-6131 ext. 3643 / 2703 / 2683
comptes.recevables.douglas.comtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

 

 


Questions?

Should you have questions not answered here, please consult Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) website or call 514 864-3411.

 


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