Managing your healthcare can be a full-time job. Figuring out how to pay for it shouldn’t have to be the side hustle. It is our job to make sure you can afford your care.
Let’s take a closer look at some of your affordable care options.
Helping you find and pay for the care you need.
Even if you are not a patient or client at Equitas Health, we can help you find the best plans and programs to help you pay for the care you need!
To learn more about Connect to Care, click here.
We proudly accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most major private health insurance plans.
If you already have health insurance, please look at the lists below to see if we accept your plan.
The Sliding Fee Discount lowers the cost of Equitas Health’s medical, dental, pharmacy, and counseling services for people at lower income levels.
If you do not have insurance, or your insurance is not enough to make your healthcare affordable, the Sliding Fee Discount may be a good option for you. To see if you can get the Sliding Fee Discount, please fill out an application before your appointment.
How much you might pay depends on federal poverty levels, your household earnings, and your household size. You will need to provide proof of yearly earnings for every member of your household in order to use the Sliding Fee Discount.
If you are living with HIV, we can help you connect to care. And stay in care.
Pay for your health insurance, medication coverage, food, transportation, and housing through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. Our HIV health and housing advocates can help you find out if you are eligible for Ryan White support, get connected to services, and stay in care.
To learn more about HIV Health and Housing Support services, click here.
Protect yourself and your community
PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a once-daily pill that is 99% effective at preventing HIV. Most Ohioans can get PrEP for free through a state program called PAPI.
Equitas Health PrEP Health Navigators can help you get connected to PAPI, find a PrEP provider, and start protecting yourself from HIV transmission.
To learn more about PrEP, click here.