Health & Wellness Center
Costs of Most Common Services

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Community health centers offer service to all individuals regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Qualified patients in households with incomes below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) receive discounts on a sliding fee scale. Qualified patients with incomes less than 100% FPL pay a nominal fee. If a patient has insurance, the carrier will be billed. Copays and denied services will be transferred to the guarantor. All patients may apply for the Sliding Fee scale.

Below are some of the most common services provided. The costs below represent the cost of services for self-pay patients and do not take into account any coverage from Medicaid, Medicare, or private health insurance. Contact us if you would like help enrolling in health insurance coverage.

We can help you determine whether you qualify for sliding fee scale discounts or if you are eligible for health care coverage to help cover the cost of care.

This document will be updated annually by Stephanie Long and will be displayed on the Health & Wellness Center website.

Please contact 1 (800) 640-9741 or [email protected] with any questions.

The Health & Center offers a sliding fee program for qualified patients. This program is based on a combination of the patients documented income and the federal poverty guidelines.

If a patient has insurance, the carrier will be billed. Copays and denied services will be transferred to the guarantor.

Many insurance plans are waiving copays on COVID19 related visits. Please check with your plan for specifics.
Prices valid as of 4/20/2020.