While I didn't need this information for my story, it is one of those things I researched and now have archived for the day I may want to know.
Here are a few prices for medical procedures and assistance in the 1800’s:
A visit within one mile — $1.00
Each succeeding mile — .50
Simple case of midwifery — $5.00
For bleeding — .50
Bullet Wounds — Between $1.00 to 10.00
For setting fracture — $5.00 to 10.00
Amputating Arm — $10.00
Amputating Leg — $20.00
For advice and prescription in office — $1.00
For difficult cases, fee based in proportion to difficulty.
I'm assuming the $10.00 bullet required more digging and stitching. ;0)
Just thought I'd throw this little bit of trivia out there for those of you who have inquiring minds like myself.