Hospitals wipe out medical bills for some shooting victims in their care
Children's Hospital Colorado. Aurora, Colo.
Three metro Denver hospitals taking care of survivors of the Century 16 Movie Theaters shooting say they will limit or completely wipe out medical bills for victims.
Children’s Hospital Colorado says it will use donations and its Charity Care Fund to cover medical expenses for those who don’t have insurance. It also says it will make sure co-pays and deductibles are covered for those who have insurance.
Health One, which owns the Medical Center of Aurora South and Swedish Medical Center in Englewood also says it will limit or eliminate charges based on individual circumstances.