Yes, CMC has our HOPE (Helpful Option for Patients Expenses) program, which is our financial assistance. It goes by your household size and income. HOPE applies to the services and providers that CMC bills for. If you are needing assistance with the provider’s bills, please reach out to their business office to see what may be available.
Expert Care Close to Home
Community Medical Center’s surgical department offers state-of-the-art equipment, facilities, and professional expertise.
CMC surgical team works closely with your primary care physician and specialists who know you best.
Most surgical procedures performed at Community Medical Center are outpatient and do not require an overnight hospital stay. Same-day surgery is an integral part of the hospital, which includes 6 surgical bays. Throughout the entire experience, your comfort is key.
Community Medical Center works to ensure a surgical experience close to home, where patients can be near family, friends, and their primary care physician.
3307 Bill Schock Boulevard
Falls City, NE 68355
We perform a wide range of surgical procedures each month. In addition, our anesthesia department takes an active part in pain control through ESI and epidurals.
Our general surgeon, Roderick Warren, MD, is board certified and lives in the area. He, or his associates, are available to CMC twenty-four hours a day. You can always count on Community Medical Center to provide the care you need.
Frequently Asked Questions
You may call 402-245-6542 and get information.
You may find the application online at www.cmcfc.org under the financial assistance tab. You may pick up an application at CMC front admissions. You may have an application mailed to you.
Why do I get a separate bill from a doctor and one from CMC for specialty or ER services I have?
CMC provides the service (technical component) and the doctors or specialists bill for their professional services.
Some insurance plans take up to 90 days or more to pay a claim. The patient is not sent a statement until your insurance has processed your claim.
Due to HIPAA, we are not allowed to disclose any information to anyone other than the patient if they are over the age of 19, unless permission is granted to us by the patient. It is the law and we have to follow it.