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Paying Your Bill with EPPA

Emergency care often requires multiple resources.  Your bill from EPPA is for the healthcare provider(s) you saw in the emergency department. Charges from the hospital and other services you may have received are billed separately and are not included in your bill from EPPA.

Attention Patients:  We recently transitioned to a new billing vendor. All billing correspondence for dates of service before August 2022 must be handled over the phone.

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Dates of service before August 2022
must be managed via phone.  


We apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patients while we work through this transition.

EPPA Patient Billing Questions:

Who is EPPA?

Emergency Physicians Professional Association (EPPA) is an independent group of physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who provide emergency medical care for patients in multiple emergency departments across Minnesota.  

We are not employees of the hospital, and therefore our billing is separate.  EPPA's bill is for the doctor/provider you saw during your visit to the emergency department.  Click here for a full list of hospitals where you'll find EPPA providers. 

Why have I received multiple bills for my visit to the emergency department?

A visit to the hospital emergency department often requires multiple resources that are most often billed separately. Your bill from EPPA is for the provider only. Hospital facility fees and other services will result in separate bills depending on your individual visit.

How can I request a copy of my statement?


Call us at 1-888-662-6276Available Monday - Friday from 7:00am - 7:00pm CST

Have More Questions?



Please call us with any additional questions you might have:  1-888-662-6276.