In conjunction with the NJ Out-of-Network Consumer Protection Act, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is dedicated to providing consumers with as much information as possible regarding potential healthcare costs. Accordingly, we have listed information on the insurers and products the hospital participates in, as well as any exceptions.
This list may not be comprehensive. For example, specialty insurers such as workers' compensation and personal injury protection ("PIP") are not included because there are a number of different types of insurance products and we may not participate in all of them. If you do not see your plan listed on our website, we strongly recommend that you contact us or your health insurance plan to confirm whether your plan is in-network or out-of-network.
Click here to see a list of the insurance plans that Trinitas Regional Medical Center participates in. It is also important that you contact your insurance company prior to receiving services or care at Trinitas Regional Medical Center. Each plan is different and some provide different levels of coverage that could make a difference in your out-of-pocket costs. It is always best to contact your insurance company to obtain more information.
In addition, the physicians who provide care within Trinitas Regional Medical Center might not participate in the same insurance plans as the Trinitas. You should check with the physician who is arranging your healthcare services to see which insurance plans the physician participates in. You should also know that these healthcare professionals' costs are not included in the facility's charges. They issue their own billing separately.
Shortly, we'll be posting a list here of the physicians or physician groups that are employed by Trinitas Regional Medical Center. While the physicians are hospital employees, you may still receive a separate bill for their services in the event they process their own billing.
We will also be posting a list here of the physicians and physician groups that are contracted with Trinitas Regional Medical Center. They are not hospital employees but, instead, have a contract with the hospital to provide certain healthcare services that prevents us from using any other physicians for these services. You should also know that these healthcare professionals' costs are never included in the facility's charges. They will bill you separately.