Billing and collection
The Centre Hospitalier Monkole is attended by private and conventional patients. A patient is said to be under contract when his or her care is the result of an agreement signed beforehand between his or her employer, an institution to which he or she is directly attached, his or her insurer, or a family for a preferential price offer. A private patient is any person who takes care of himself personally.
The medical care invoice of the insured patient is sent to his institution for payment within the agreed timeframe.
Private patients pay their bills in cash, at the cashier's desk, by check or by transfer to Monkole Hospital's bank account before the service is rendered for outpatients and before discharge for inpatients.
We offer conventions, i.e. institutions that provide medical care for their employees, three types of medical coverage.