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200 Hospital Avenue
Jefferson, NC 28640

Patients & Visitors

Patient Focused Care

Riverside Medical Center's patients have access to advanced technology and a healthcare plan
specifically designed for their successful treatment and recovery. From admission until
discharge and beyond, Riverside Medical Center's teammates focus on exceptional care, close to home.

Patient Portal

Keep up with your personal health information by using the patient portal. We've made accessing your health records easy, but your information is still entirely private and confidential. See and manage lab results, perscriptions, billing, immunizations records, surgical history, past procedures, discharge instructions and more.
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Insurance Information

Medical care can be expensive. At Ashe Memorial Hospital, we work diligently to keep costs down, and to make planning for and paying for your medical care as efficient as possible.

Ashe Memorial Hospital accepts most major insurance plans, including:
Aetna Medicare
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Medicare
Cigna with Tyson Foods
Humana Medicare
Humana Military
Medicaid- NC
Medicaid Managed Care - NC (PHP)
- Wellcare
- United Healthcare Community Plan
- AmeriHealth Caritas
- Healthy Blue
Medicaid - VA Premier and Amerigroup
Primary Physician Care
United Healthcare
United Healthcare Medicare
Vocational Rehab

There may be some restrictions on participation by our facility. Please make sure to verify with your insurance company to make sure that we participate in your plan. If you come to the hospital as a patient, we will collect insurance information from you shortly after your arrival. Whenever possible, please have with you a photo ID and your insurance card, or the insurance card covering your child if your child is the patient.


Ashe Memorial Hospital will file a claim with your insurer for costs incurred during your hospital stay. Once your insurer receives and pays the claim, you will be notified of any outstanding balance. This balance becomes your responsibility.