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Outpatient Hospital Facility Charges 

Beverly Hospital includes two campuses, Beverly Hospital and Addison Gilbert Hospital, which is also a satellite facility in Gloucester, MA; and in Lynn, MA (BayRidge Hospital) and an outpatient center in Danvers, MA (Lahey Outpatient Center, Danvers). In addition, Beverly Hospital provides outpatient hospital services at the following locations:

North Shore Birthing Center
85 Herrick Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
The Medical Group Building
77 Herrick Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Laboratory Service
Parkhurst Building
75 Herrick Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Mammography and Laboratory Service
Women's Health & Medical Arts Building
83 Herrick Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Outpatient Psych Services; Audiology and Speech
85 Herrick Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Hyperbaric Oxygen and Wound Center
100 Cummings Center, suite 106c
Beverly, MA 01915

Laboratory Services
500 Cummings Center, suite 1800
900 Cummings Center Suite 106w
Beverly, MA 01915

Gloucester High School Health Center
32 Leslie O Johnson Road, Gloucester, MA 01930

Radiology
Family Medicine Medical Building
195 School Street, Manchester, MA 01944

Sleep Center and Center for Healthy Aging
Lahey Outpatient Center, Danvers
480 Maple Street, Danvers, MA 01923

Radiology
Liberty Tree Medical Building
140 Commonwealth Avenue, Danvers, MA 01923

MRI Services
68 Prospect Street, Peabody, MA

Services provided at these locations will in most cases result in both a Beverly Hospital [Northeast Hospital Corporation (NHC)] facility charge and a charge from your doctor.

As a Medicare beneficiary, federal regulations require us to notify you of your financial responsibility for healthcare services received at our outpatient hospital departments. The intent of this regulation is to ensure that you understand that the services you receive are being provided in a hospital outpatient department, and may result in you being responsible for paying a higher co-insurance amount.

For example, a Medicare beneficiary who does not have supplemental Medicare insurance, would incur an additional co-insurance amount of approximately $13 for a level three* visit provided in the outpatient hospital department, compared to the same level three visit provided in a doctor's office setting.

Some commercial health plans also have deductible or coinsurance amounts that apply to some outpatient hospital services. Please check with your health plan if you have questions about your coverage.


* There are five visit coding levels (1 - 5) for providers to report claims to Medicare and other health plans, with level three being the most common. Low levels 1 & 2 are visits that provide less comprehensive services and cost less, while levels 4 & 5 report more comprehensive visits. The provider decides on the level of care for each visit provided. For more information on these levels, please visit the CMS.gov website and search for CPT 99213.