Every patient has unique financial needs. We look at many things when deciding how much aid you qualify for.
If you need help paying your medical bills, our team will guide you through the financial aid process. We'll work with you to provide as much help as possible.
We use a sliding scale based on:
- If you have insurance
- Total value of what you own, including bank and retirement accounts (assets)
- How much money you make a year
- Number of people in your household
How Much Help Can I Get?
If your household income is listed below and your assets are less than $50,000, you may qualify for financial aid.
This information was last updated on March 3, 2020.
|Number of People in Household||Household Income for 100% Discount||Household Income for Partial Discount|
|1||$0 - $24,980||$24,981 - $49,960|
|2||$0 - $33,820||$33,821 - $67,640|
|3||$0 - $42,660||$42,661 - $85,320|
|4||$0 - $51,500||$51,501 - $103,000|
|5||$0 - $60,340||$60,341 - $120,680|
|6||$0 - $69,180||$69,181 - $138,360|
|7||$0 - $78,020||$78,021 - $156,040|
|8||$0 - $86,860||$86,861 - $173,720|
If you don’t have health insurance:
- You qualify for a full discount if your assets are less than $50,000 and your income falls within the 100% column above.
- You’ll qualify for some discount, depending on your income and assets.
If you do have insurance, anything you owe after insurance might qualify for a discount.
Apply for Aid
You must complete the entire application and submit all required documents.
To learn more about the process, read our financial aid policy.