Financial Assistance Program
Affordable Health Care
At Maricopa Integrated Health System, we know seeking medical care can be overwhelming. That's why we have developed a program to help you deal with the financial stress of paying for the health care you deserve.
MIHS' Financial Assistance Program is designed give you realistic payment options. Applicants must apply for, and be denied, AHCCCS to qualify for our Financial Assistance Program.
Key facts about MIHS' Financial Assistance Program
- Maricopa Integrated Health System has professionals ready to walk you through the AHCCCS application process. Call the clinic nearest you to begin the application process.
- Based on federal guidelines, you may be eligible to receive medical care from Maricopa Medical Center. (Based on AHCCCS denial)
- A sliding fee scale will be used to determine the percentage of your bill you will pay. To find out more about the sliding scale, call the MIHS Business Office at 602.344.8181.
AHCCCS Approvals at MIHS
Even if you don't qualify for AHCCCS, MIHS' Financial Assistance Program will help you get the quality care you need.
To learn more about MIHS and our Financial Assistance Program call 602.344.8181 today.
Financial Assistance Program at a glance
- You must apply for AHCCCS coverage and be denied to participate in the Financial Assistance Program.
- The Financial Assistance Program uses a sliding fee scale that determines what you pay based on your income level and household size.
- Maricopa Integrated Health System can help you even if you are uninsured or underinsured. We are your community health care system, and we'll work with you to prove it.
What you need to know
Who: Anyone who resides in Maricopa County.
What: Must apply for AHCCCS.
How: You will need:
- Identification: Current I.D. or birth certificate for every person in household as well as Social Security cards.
- Proof of Income: Information that verifies income for at least the last 30 days. If not received any income in the last 30 days, a statement from the person(s) providing financial support is required.
- Proof of Address: Document verifying Maricopa County residency. Can be a: recent utility bill, rent/mortgage receipt, voter registration card or a letter from a non-related landlord or neighbor.
- Citizenship or immigration documents.
When: Call the Family Health Center nearest you.
Phone numbers and addresses for our Family Health Centers