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St. Anthony Hospital

Welcome to CHI St. Anthony Hospital

Serving Our Communities Since 1902

CHI St. Anthony is a 25-bed, faith-based acute care hospital and healthcare campus serving the Pendleton, OR area for more than 100 years. We are committed to the highest quality of patient care and safety, and to strengthening our community through wellness education. CHI St. Anthony is part of CommonSpirit Health.

Our mission statement

As CommonSpirit Health, we make the healing presence of God known in our world by improving the health of the people we serve, especially those who are vulnerable, while we advance social justice for all.

Our Vision

A healthier future for all – inspired by faith, driven by innovation, and powered by our humanity.

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Patient Portal

Our patient portal gives you online access to your medical record.  You can view test results, visit summaries, discharge information, and other key information.

Additional links

Price Transparency

We want to help you make informed decisions about your care. To obtain cost estimates for common health care services, please access our easy-to-use cost estimator tool. You may also contact our financial counselors for assistance. For the most accurate estimate of out-of-pocket costs, contact your insurance provider.

Cost Estimator Tool

Our Standard Charges file includes information from our hospital chargemaster and payer contracts but does not reflect a patient’s financial liability. If you have insurance, we encourage you to contact your insurance provider to confirm your payment responsibilities, deductibles, and other details of your insurance plan. You may also be eligible for financial assistance.

The Standard Charges file is intended to comply with the CMS price transparency requirements. A brief description of the key pricing terms as defined by are outlined below:

  • “Gross Charge” is the charge for an individual item or service that is reflected on the hospital's chargemaster, absent any discounts.
  • “Discounted Cash Price” is the charge that applies to an individual who pays cash (or cash equivalent) for a hospital item or service.
  • “Payer-specific negotiated charge” is the reimbursement rate that the hospital has negotiated with a third-party payer for an item or service.
  • “De-Identified Maximum Negotiated Charge” is the highest reimbursement rate that a hospital has negotiated with all third-party payers for an item or service.
  • “De-Identified Minimum Negotiated Charge” is the lowest reimbursement rate that a hospital has negotiated with all third-party payers for an item or service. 

  • The hospital charges listed do not include patient-specific insurance deductibles or copayments, potential self-pay, or financial assistance discounts and therefore are not a reflection of patient responsibility.
  • The pricing is in effect as of the applicable period prior to the publication date; pricing is subject to change. Any changes to charges, rates, network participation, or other data elements on or after the publication date are not reflected. There may be differences between the Charge Description Master and Standard Charges files due to update timelines.
  • Actual reimbursement for services is dependent on many factors, such as the length of stay, the specific medical services provided, the medications and supplies provided with the service, and other variable factors that vary by payer and pricing methodology. Payer-specific pricing in this file does not incorporate all variable factors.
  • Payer-specific pricing does not include all alternate rates for claims which may have additional or unexpected services.
  • Comparisons of rates within the file between payers or comparison of files between hospitals will not necessarily reflect accurate distinctions in prices due to variations in pricing methodology.
  • Services that do not have payer-specific pricing may reflect services that are not reimbursed outside of a bundled/case payment.
  • Pricing does not include charges for all physician services or other professional services that may be rendered.
  • Not all services listed in this file may be currently available at the hospital.

Download our standard Charge Description Master (CDM) files below:

Please note the intent of this file is to be machine-readable in accordance with  federal requirements. Please refer to our Cost Estimator Tool for access to consumer-friendly pricing information on shoppable services.

The following Standard Charges Machine Readable File is posted in a CMS-compliant .JSON file format. Per 45 CFR 180.20, Machine Readable File format means “a digital representation of data or information in a file that can be imported or read into a computer system for further processing. Examples of machine-readable formats include, but are not limited to, .XML, .JSON and .CSV formats.”  Because the files are intended to be read by machines for further processing, these files are not intended to be user-friendly. Please use our Cost Estimator Tool for access to user-friendly consumer pricing information on shoppable services.

Our hospital used the recommended format/schema provided by CMS for .JSON machine-readable file development. The detailed schema can be found here on the CMS Hospital Price Transparency Resources page. 

St. Anthony Hospital Foundation

Gifts to the St. Anthony Hospital Foundation allow St. Anthony to sustain the level of excellence and the compassionate care for which it is renowned.

Visit our Foundation

For additional information, please contact us at the number below:

Classes and Events

2024 Scholarship Applications

2024 scholarship applications are now available.  The Volunteer Services scholarship is open to High School or current college students pursuing undergraduate degrees in healthcare. The Mary Wallan Nursing Scholarship is open to high school seniors or college students accepted and enrolled in an undergraduate nursing program. Applicants must be current or permanent residents of Umatilla or Morrow counties. Click the links below to download applications; applications are due May 5th.