NOTE: On Mar. 5, 2018, we moved to a new billing statement and a new online bill pay portal.

This means that for a brief time, we will have two separate online payment links - one for the old billing statement and one for the new billing statement.

If your statement is dated Mar. 5, 2018 or later:

These statements are being handled by our new billing partner. 

To pay online, use this link for online bill payment. 

If your statement is dated prior to Mar. 5, 2018:

These statements are still being handled by our previous billing partner. 

To pay online, use this link for online bill payment.

To pay either statement by mail, follow the instructions on your printed bill and send to:

PO Box 34929 
Seattle, WA   98124-1929

To pay either bill in person, you can visit EvergreenHealth Patient Financial Services.

EvergreenHealth Medical Center 
Room Red 1-570
12040 NE 128th Street
Kirkland, WA 98034 
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

EvergreenHealth accepts check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Questions about your Bill

Contact us if you have questions about your billing:

425.979.2001 or toll-free 1.877.216.0753  (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

To help us assist you, please provide:

  • Your full name
  • Daytime and evening telephone number
  • Patient account number
  • A brief summary regarding any information you wish to provide us, or the nature of your question or concern

A representative from EvergreenHealth Professional Billing will follow-up with you as appropriate within two business days.

Questions about Bills from other Providers

Some imaging, lab tests, anesthesia or other services may have been performed by other groups that are separate businesses with their own billing and account procedures.

If you receive a bill from them and have questions about it, please contact them directly.

425.822.8888 - Matrix Anesthesia
800.845.6167 - LabCorp
888.927.8023 - Radia

Questions about your Health Insurance

Coverage of healthcare will vary depending on your insurance plan, and coverage can change. It’s a good idea to check with your health insurance company for specific information regarding your claim.