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.
We want to make it easy for you to view your statement, pay your bill or set up a payment plan. If you have questions, we're here to help.
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We offer a variety of convenient digital communications for you to manage your medical bills.
EPPA Communications include:
If at any time you wish to discontinue receiving electronic messaging from EPPA, reply STOP to automatically remove your account from future electronic communications.
Our patient service team is ready to assist with any questions or concerns you have about your visit to the emergency department.
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.
Your text message from EPPA is regarding a recent visit to a hospital emergency department. The text message assists you in accessing your statment and provides options for assistance if you have questions.
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.
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Visit our Billing FAQ page for more information.