For Patients

How to Pay My Bill

At QMACS, we do our best to work with your financial situation and kindly request your response to our bills. Under certain circumstances if we do not receive payment or a response from you regarding an account, we may send a final bill in the form of a pre-collection letter. A pre-collection letter notifies you to provide insurance information or to make payment arrangements to prevent your account from being submitted to a collection agency.

In an effort to help you understand the billing process and your payment options, we provide a variety of ways in which you can contact us for more information, including:

  • Monthly Statements
  • Toll Free Phone Support
  • E-Mail
  • Website
  • Facsimile

To pay your bill you can:

  • Click on the link in the upper right corner of this website
  • Call us at the number located on your bill or at any of the numbers located in the “Contact Us” section of this website

Payment types accepted:

  • Via phone or web using credit or debit card
  • Via mail you may pay using check, cashier’s check, money order, credit or debit card
  • Monthly Payment Plans can also be arranged through a Patient Support Representative. Representatives can be reached by calling the number located on your bill or at any of the numbers located on the left side of this page

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