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Price Transparency


Bradley County Medical Center supports price transparency and is committed to providing information that will assist our patients with understanding and estimating their out-of-pocket costs for services provided at our facility. The information contained in the link below is being provided in compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requirement (FY 2019 IPPS/LTCH PPS Final Rule; CMS-1694-F) for hospitals to post a list of their standard charges online in a machine-readable format. This document reflects charges for items and services provided by BCMC as of January 2021.

In order to comply with state regulations, hospital charges may fluctuate during the course of the year. Please keep in mind that the price listed on an individual bill may differ from the estimated cost listed below due to this fluctuation. The actual charges for services received may be higher or lower depending on the level of care provided, medical supplies used, pharmacy items administered, and other services provided to the patient.

Please click here to view the estimated charges.

Please click here for the Payment Liability Estimator (PLE) where you can generate an estimate of what you will be charged.

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BCMC Radiology to Offer State-of-the-Art Genius™ 3D Mammography™ Exams Starting Feb. 23


The Bradley County Medical Center Radiology Department is excited to offer Genius™ 3D Mammography™ exams, developed by Hologic, Inc., a worldwide leader in Women's Health beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Utilizing advanced breast tomosynthesis technology, Genius exams are clinically proven to significantly increase the detection of breast cancers, and also decreasing the number of women asked to return for additional testing.

In conventional 2D Mammography, overlapping tissue is a leading reason why small breast cancers may be missed and normal tissue may appear abnormal, leading to unnecessary callbacks. A Genius exam includes a three-dimensional method of imaging that can greatly reduce the tissue overlap effect.