Insurance

 

♦ All major forms of insurance accepted. ♦

KanCare (Medicaid)

Do you need Insurance for your Children? Are you pregnant and need Insurance Coverage? Do you have questions about Medicaid Programs?

 

Our clinic houses a representative from Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Myrna Scott, Outreach Specialist. She will assist you with a determination of eligibility for KanCare, the State of Kansas Children's Medical Insurance program, Pregnant Woman Insurance coverage or information regarding other Kansas Medicaid Programs.

 

 

Who Qualifies?

 

Children may qualify for KanCare if they:

  • Are Kansas residents.
  • Are U.S. Citizens or documented non-U.S. Citizens.
  • Are under the age of 19.
  • Meet the current income guidelines listed in the application.

 

Adults and pregnant women may qualify for coverage. However, household size and income guidelines are different.

 

Applications for KanCare are available at the front desk.

 

To Apply:

 

  • Answer all the questions on the application
  • Sign and date the application
  • Include three months proof of all household income.
  • Provide copies of the health insurance card (both sides) if anyone you are applying for has other coverage.
  • Provide birth certificate, social security number and identification such as drivers license or Government / School ID, or Children's immunization record, for all applicants.
  • Proof of immigration status is needed for non-U.S. Citizens

 

For prompt service to process your KanCare Application or if you have any questions, please contact Myrna Scott (785) 825-7251.

 

♦ All major forms of insurance accepted. ♦

 

 

Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace

 

Are you looking for low-cost health insurance for you or your family?  Open Enrollment is November 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017.


If your employer offers you insurance benefits you are not eligible for Marketplace Healthcare Insurance coverage.

 

Who Qualifies?

 

Self-employed, part-time employed, those who have lost insurance, those persons whose employer’s don’t offer health insurance coverage, farmers and ranchers.


Who may be eligible for a subsidy to help pay the monthly premium?


There are options available to help people pay for their insurance that would result in low to no out of pocket cost for health insurance. See chart below to see if you may be eligible for subsidies.


 

Number of people on your tax return

You may be eligible for help paying premiums with household income of:

 

1

$12,060 - $48,240

2

$16,240 - $64,960

3

$20,420 - $81,680

4

$24,600 - $98,400

 

Contact us:

 

Let us help you navigate the Health Insurance Marketplace! If you are interested in seeing what options are available for you and your family, please call our trained certified Navigator at Salina Family Healthcare Center. This is a free service. You do not have to be a patient to use a navigator.

785-825-7251