UT Southwestern will not collect payment at time of testing. We will submit a claim on your behalf to your insurance company. Your insurance company may waive your out-of-pocket costs at its discretion.
Hospital Charge List
In compliance with 42 CFR Parts 412, 413, 424, and 495 [CMS-1694-P] Section X; RIN 0938-AT27, effective January 1, 2019, we have posted the most recent copy of our charge listing. This charge listing applies to services rendered at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, Zale Lipshy Pavilion – William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, and hospital-based clinics across our campus.
These prices are subject to change without notice and are updated annually. This listing is meant only to give you a general idea of what we charge for certain procedures. For an estimate of your out-of-pocket expense, please contact a Financial Wellness Advisor to obtain a Cost Estimate:
Medicare beneficiaries can reference additional outpatient price comparisons here.
Download a copy of the hospital charge list (1.6 MB XLS file).
COVID-19 Pricing Information
UT Southwestern stands ready and prepared to meet all your health care needs as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic together.
During this difficult time, we understand you may be experiencing financial hardship and know that health care costs may be a concern. Should you need financial assistance, please contact a Financial Wellness Advisor.
Diagnostic Lab Testing Self-Pay Price
HCPCS U0002 $92.40
CPT 87635 $92.40
HCPCS U0003 $179.40
HCPCS U0004 $179.40
Antibody Serology Lab Testing Self-Pay Price
CPT 86769 $126.60
CPT 86328 $88.80
CPT 86318 $103.80
Frequently Asked Questions
Based on the CARES Act, patients without insurance coverage will not be liable for cost of diagnostic COVID-19 lab testing.
UT Southwestern will submit a claim on your behalf to your insurance company for the COVID-19 test and the additional services. Your out-of-pocket costs for the additional services will be based on your insurance plan.
We will submit a claim on your behalf to your insurance company. Your insurance company may waive your out-of-pocket costs at its discretion. Please contact your insurance company to discuss your benefits. If you do not have insurance, please contact a Financial Wellness Advisor.