Thank you for coming to Beaumont Health for guidance on managing your health due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Please review this carefully before pulling up for Curbside Screening.
If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms including shortness of breath, get out of line and immediately go to our emergency room (ER) entrance. No screening needed for children 12 and under; go straight to the ER.
Effective Monday, March 30, the Curbside Screening hours for all locations will be 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Curbside Screenings are available at all Beaumont hospitals, EXCEPT Beaumont, Wayne.
After reading this, if you still want to wait for Curbside Screening, you will be screened but not tested unless directed by a provider.
Participating in Beaumont’s COVID-19 Emergency Center Curbside Screening is considered an emergency center visit and will result in a bill. However, the amount of money a patient will pay is still to be determined, as there are numerous government
and health insurance programs and policies that are covering some or all the cost associated with screening and testing.
When patients proceed with a Curbside Screening, they provide personal contact information and health insurance information. No payment is required or collected at the time of the curbside screening.
All patients (insured and uninsured) will receive a bill or a statement after the visit. Curbside Screening cost coverage varies based upon each patient’s benefit plan and the availability of potential government assistance. Government and health
insurance COVID-19 programs are evolving. As a result, it’s impossible to know exactly how much money, if any, a patient will be required to pay for screening and testing associated with Curbside Screening.
Not all patients who participate in Curbside Screening will be tested for COVID-19. During Curbside Screening, Beaumont’s clinical staff assesses the patient and determines what medical examinations and testing, such as COVID-19 testing, are needed.
NOTE: When this program started, a limited number of patients were charged at the curbside. If it is determined, based upon a patient’s insurance coverage, that the patient has overpaid, the processing of a refund will be prioritized.
If a patient has an outstanding balance with Beaumont for other medical services, the refund will be applied to the patient’s existing account balance.
For any questions, please contact Beaumont’s billing services at 248-577-9205.