Billing and Insurance
At Archbold Medical Center, we are committed to providing high quality, compassionate, cost-effective care, along with convenient and reliable billing services. We want you to be informed about our billing process so we can coordinate our efforts with yours in resolving your account.
Extended Payment Plans
We offer extended payment plans to patients through our partner AccessOne. They offer no-interest and flexible low-interest payment plans that are tailored to your health and financial situation. They are not a traditional credit card nor are they a collection agency. Their program covers all patients regardless of balance or credit history—and they never report to credit bureaus. Their customized payment options offer many benefits:
- No credit reporting
- Everyone is accepted
- No hidden fees
- Easy payment methods: online, phone, check, autopay
- Combined statements that include other medical bills and family members
Their patient advocates will work with you to determine the right plan for your situation, helping you pay in regular low-monthly installments you can realistically manage. To learn more, speak to one of their Patient Advocates by calling 888.458.6272 or visit their website at www.AccessOneMedCard.com. You can also speak to a member of the Archbold team at 229.228.8870.
Conditional Payments: Any payment check or other form of payment that you, or a payer sends to us on your behalf, for less than the full balance due that is marked “paid in full” or contains a similar notation, or that you or the payer otherwise tenders in full satisfaction of a disputed amount, must be sent to: “COLLECTIONS MANAGER at Account Management Services, 920 Cairo Rd., Thomasville, GA 31792”. We reserve all our rights regarding these payments (e.g., if it is determined there is no valid dispute or if any such check is received at any other address, we may accept the check and you will still owe any remaining balance). We may refuse to accept any such payment by returning it to you or the payer, not cashing it, or destroying it. All other payments that you or the payer makes should be sent to the regular Payment address shown on this statement. For more information on our Billing and Collections Policy for Self-Pay Accounts please click here.