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How Much Hospitals Charge

December 27, 1990

What does it cost to stay in the hospital? It's a question that might depend on what insurance a patient does or doesn't have. Here is a sampling of daily room rates, without the benefit of insurance:

Tri-City Medical Center

Oceanside

Intensive care unit, $1,176.

Cardiac care unit, $1,176.

Private room, $457.

Semi-private room, $436.

Maternity wing, $882.

Nursery, $294.

Neonatal intensive care, $777.

Palomar Medical Center

Escondido

Trauma Center, $2,824.

Intensive care unit, $1,225.

Telemetry (cardiac care unit), $781.

Private room, $469.

Semi-private room, $450.

Ward, $412.

Telemetry, $781.

Maternity unit, $450.

Nursery, $285.

Neonatal intensive care unit, $1,020.

Pomerado Hospital

Poway

Intensive care unit, $1,225.

Private room, $450 (there are only private rooms and the hospital said it considers this a semi-private rate).

Maternity unit, $425.

Nursery, $285.

Fallbrook Hospital

Fallbrook

Intensive care unit, $1,145.

Cardiac care unit, $1,145.

Private room, $491.

Semi-private room, $456.

Maternity unit, $310.

Nursery, $133.

Scripps Memorial

Hospital-Encinitas

Encinitas

Intensive care unit, $1,330 to $1,700.

Cardiac care unit (definitive care unit), $1,009.

Private room, $495.

Semi-private room, $439.

Maternity unit (n/a).

Nursery (n/a).

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