Financial and billing
When you’re admitted to Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care, we’ll collect your billing and insurance information, and verify your coverage and benefits. During your care, we’ll alert you to any problems with your insurance.
You will be charged a daily room fee that covers nursing care, food, housekeeping and related services. There will be additional charges for diagnostic, clinical, consultative and therapeutic services, physician services, medications, and supplies. Services aren’t affiliated directly with Daniel Drake Center will be billed to you separately.
Billing and bill payment
We will bill you directly for any charges not covered by your insurance. To make a payment visit us in person, mail your payment or go online.
AR Level of the South Pavilion
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Payments accepted: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Daniel Drake Center
P.O. Box 643285
Cincinnati, OH 45264
Financial assistance and arrangements
If you need financial assistance, our admissions representatives can help you apply for help or enroll in Medicare and Medicaid. If you don’t have insurance or are unable to pay, call us at 513.418.2593 to make special arrangements.
Discharge planning overview
Planning for your departure from Daniel Drake Center is an important part of your treatment. In fact, you’ll start talking about discharge planning on the very day you arrive. With a good understanding of your recovery goals, we can help you work toward them from the start.
Your length of stay
No matter what you’ve been told, it’s hard to know how long your stay will last. Your length of stay is based on several factors, many of which we can’t control. Your case manager is advocating for you and will work to get you all the benefits to which you’re entitled.
Preparing to leave
Just as every patient’s care is different, every discharge situation is different as well. Based on your medical needs and personal situation, your Daniel Drake Center team will work with you to determine your best transition.
We will also help you identify and navigate the barriers to your transition goals. This means your discharge plan may include community re-entry sessions to address real-life issues like mobility techniques; time in one of our transitional living suites to help you practice your skills in a home-like environment; or a home safety visit to evaluate your home’s accessibility.