Hospital Collections

We have been representing a number of hospitals for a number of years now, and our clients include Scarborough General Hospital, Guelph General Hospital, Sault Area Hospital, and more, and we’ve had great success in aiding debtors to pay ambulance fees, and collected thousands of dollars for our hospital clients. We attend conferences, and are actively seeking to find ways to not only collect on past due balances, but maintain the image and reputation of the hospitals.

We understand the sensitive nature of hospital collections, both in regards to privacy, and in regards to the delicacy with which many files need to be handled, due to the gravity of illness and loss on an individual. Our collectors are trained negotiators, but also empathetic toward the people we call, and will do our best to come to a positive resolution for everyone with each call. In the case of file closures due to accounting errors, compassionate reasons, or other circumstantial reasons, we do not charge.

We do not use restrictive contracts or charge hidden fees. To sign up with Kingston Data and Credit, all you have to do is phone one of our team members listed below, or email us at support@kingstondc.com

If you have any questions, please call us at 1-888-908-7743

You can also reach our Outreach Team directly:

Rick Cowie855-863-4401 rcowie@kingstondc.com

Chris Dobosh855-902-7501 cdobosh@kingstondc.com

Desirée Kern888-323-5776 dkern@kingstondc.com

Would you like to know more? Read our blog about hospital collections, just click on the image:

medical collections blog

Click the image to read more about our medical collections philosophy.

For more information, email us at support@kingstondc.com or call us at 1-855-863-4401.

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