• Financial Counseling

    When you’re going through cancer treatment, the last things you need to worry about are insurance and finances. We know you have a lot on your mind. That’s why we’re here to help you get the answers you need about payment options, insurance coverage, financial help and other billing questions.

    Common Procedure Costs

    Advanced technologies and the latest treatments can be costly. Our financial team is here to help explain costs for therapies and procedures, such as:

    These charts show the average charges for each service. Your actual charges may be higher or lower, depending on your illness, the level of care you need and other services required.

    If you have questions about the cost of your procedure or insurance coverage, call one of our financial team members at 443-481-5638, Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4 pm.

    Financial Navigators

    Our Cancer Financial Navigators are an important part of your care team. They provide counseling and support to you and your caregiver through all phases of treatment.

    Sometimes, the financial challenges that stem from cancer can cause patients to avoid, delay or even stop their treatment. We don’t want that to happen to you.

    Your Financial Navigator can help you:

    • Cope with the many concerns that come with a cancer diagnosis, including finances.
    • Consider issues related to your family, work and finances.
    • Understand social security and disability benefits, insurance coverage, and other financial resources.
    • Get proper health insurance, whether you are uninsured or underinsured.
    • Locate foundations that offer financial help.
    • Access outside resources to help. This may include transportation, copay assistance programs, legal help and health insurance education.

    We are here to support you through all phases of cancer treatment. Call a Cancer Financial Navigator anytime at 443-481-5638, or ask your care team to connect you with a navigator.


    Everyone deserves the right to lifesaving health care. Anne Arundel Medical Center provides medically necessary services to everyone, regardless of ability to pay.

    If you can’t pay for a medically necessary service, you may qualify for financial assistance. Contact the Financial Counseling Office for more information at 443-481-5800.

    Or, apply for financial assistance now.