Hospital Transparency Pricing

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Financial Responsibility

Involuntary admission into a state facility is determined by a district court judge or special justice and in conjunction with the local community services board or behavioral health authority of which an individual resides. Voluntary admissions also require screening by the local community service board or behavioral health authority.

Not all state facilities are considered acute care hospitals, and billing of third party insurance may not be possible. In accordance with Section 37.2-715 of the Code of Virginia, individuals and any person responsible for the support of an individual admitted to a state facility are liable for the cost of care.

The cost of inpatient care can be expensive; however, the actual charge to an individual may be based on an ability to pay determination as referenced in Section 37.2-717 of the Code of Virginia. In order to determine if the Commonwealth is able to accept less than full payment for charges incurred, certain documentation will be required.

If you have any additional questions for an ability to pay determination or for the cost of services, please contact the reimbursement office at one of the DBHDS facilities.


The information on this page is intended to meet the requirements of The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services final inpatient prospective payment system, or IPPS, for federal fiscal year 2022. The IPPS rule contains a transparency provision that will be effective Jan. 1, 2021. The prices included on this website may not reflect the most current charge items or charge amounts of this facility as additions and changes are frequently made to the listing. Therefore, these charges may not be representative of the charges you will receive on your bill for services provided by our facility. CMS requires that hospitals update the charge transparency data at least annually. These prices are in effect as of July 1, 2023.

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