At UCLA Health, we try to make the health insurance and medical billing process as clear as possible. But we realize you may still have questions about the health plans we accept and the services and amounts that appear on your medical bills.
Get the help you need:
Questions about medical bills
Questions about health insurance
Phone numbers for customer service
COVID-19 vaccine cost
Questions we receive about medical bills range from how to pay to what the statements may include. Learn more:
Yes. We are constantly working to improve your experience with us. Please visit our convenient, secure online bill payment site at my.uclahealth.org to view and pay your bills.
For assistance with logging into myUCLAhealth, please contact customer service at 855-364-7052.
Yes, you can pay your medical bills by phone 7 days a week, 24x7 with no service charge. You will need the guarantor number from your statement and your date of birth.
To pay your physicians’ bills by phone call 310-301-8860 and press 1.
To pay your hospital bills by phone call 310-825-8021 and press 1.
Yes, you can mail you payment to the addresses below.
Mail your payment for your physicians’ bill to:
UCLA Medical Group Patient PayPO BOX 748156Los Angeles, 90074-8156
Make checks payable to UCLA Medical Group
Mail your payment for your hospital bill to:
UCLA Health Patient Business Services PO BOX 748260 Los Angeles, 90074-8260
Make checks payable to The Regent of The University of California
A facility fee is a fee we charge for the use of our clinics and related ancillary services.
Doctors at UCLA Health bill separately for their services. For questions about your physician services statement, call 310-301-8860 (Monday to Friday: 7 am to 7 pm).
We understand if you can’t pay the entire balance. To keep your account from becoming delinquent, speak with a customer service representative to arrange a reasonable payment plan. You may also apply for our financial assistance program.
You can reach customer service at:
Questions we receive about health insurance range from what plans we accept to what to do if you don’t have coverage. Learn more:
If you don’t have health insurance (or choose not to use it), you can pay for your care directly. (Learn more about cash pricing for select, packaged medical services.) You may also qualify for our financial assistance program.
People with low or moderate incomes may qualify for Medi-Cal or a subsidized health plan through Covered California.
No. We do not offer our own HMO insurance product or any other health plans. Learn more about the health insurance we accept.
UCLA Health accepts many types of health insurance. These plans include:
Learn more about the health insurance we accept. You can also:
Yes. Our hospitals accept government health insurance programs - Medicare and Medi-Cal. However, some of our doctors do not. Check with individual doctors before scheduling care.
We will mail you a statement advising you how much you owe. You should also receive an explanation of benefits (EOB) or a denial notification from your health plan.
Call the UCLA Health referral line at (800) UCLA-MD1 (310-825-2631).
Like other California hospitals, we send separate bills for hospital services and physician services. (For an explanation of which care falls under which service, see making sense of your UCLA Health medical bill.)
Since we bill separately, make sure to contact the appropriate service:
How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
The COVID-19 vaccine is free. If you have insurance, your insurance provider may be charged for the vaccine administration, but there will be no out-of-pocket cost for you. If you don’t have insurance, there is no cost.
For additional questions about the vaccine, visit the COVID-19 vaccine hub or COVID-19 FAQs page.
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