Providence County Hospital

Find Providence County Rhode Island hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.

Bradley Hospital 1011 Veterans Memorial Parkway East Providence RI 02915 401-432-1000

Butler Hospital 345 Blackstone Boulevard Providence RI 02906 401-455-6200

Care New England Health System 45 Willard Avenue Providence RI 02905 401-453-7900

Eleanor Slater Hospital 111 Howard Avenue Cranston RI 02920 401-462-3085

Hasbro Children's Hospital 593 Eddy Street Providence RI 02903 401-444-4000

Landmark Medical Center 115 Cass Avenue Woonsocket RI 02895 401-769-4100

Lifespan Health System 167 Point Street Providence RI 02903 401-444-3500

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island 111 Brewster Street Pawtucket RI 02860 401-729-2000

Providence VA Medical Center 830 Chalkstone Avenue Providence RI 02908 401-273-7100

Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island 116 Eddie Dowling Highway North Smithfield RI 02896 401-766-0800

Rhode Island Hospital 593 Eddy Street Providence RI 02903 401-444-4000

Roger Williams Medical Center 825 Chalkstone Avenue Providence RI 02908 401-456-2000

Saint Joseph Health Services 1681 Cranston Street Cranston RI 02920 401-942-2258

The Miriam Hospital 164 Summit Avenue Providence RI 02906 401-793-2500

Women & Infants Hospital 100 Dudley Street Providence RI 02905 401-274-1100

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About Hospitals

Do Hospital emergency rooms require proof of insurance?

The Emergency Treatment and Labor Act gives individuals the right to emergency care regardless of their ability to pay. Nevertheless, Hospital staff will ask for insurance information, if possible, upon a patient's arrival. Hospitals are not obligated to treat uninsured patients that are not experiencing an emergency.

Are patients entitled to copies of their Hospital records?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act entitles all patients to have access to their medical records. Most Hospitals will require an authorization form and picture identification before releasing medical records. In rare cases, a Hospital may withhold certain information, such as psychotherapy notes.

How do Hospitals determine how much to bill for services?

Hospitals develop a list of charges for each of the Hospital's procedures and supplies. The list, referred to as the Chargemaster, covers thousands of items and forms the basis for billing patients and third party payers.