We provide comprehensive, integrated primary health care services for all to improve the health and wellbeing of our patients and the Maine communities we serve.
Get the Care You Need, When You Need It.
We accept many commercial health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and MaineCare. The charge for your visit is based upon many factors, such as insurance status, co-pays or minimum fees.
Affordable Care Plan
If you don’t have insurance (and even if you do!), we have a variety of payment options and financial assistance though our Affordable Care Plan, which is based on your income, family size, and ability to pay. Eligible applicants may receive a significant savings off the cost of their care. Your PCHC Outreach and Enrollment Specialist can answer any questions you may have on insurance, or help you with financial assistance applications. Call any PCHC practice and ask to speak with an Outreach and Enrollment Specialist today.
As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Penobscot Community Health Care offers sliding fees based on income in accordance with federal poverty guidelines and patient family size at all of our practices and for all of our services. PCHC Outreach and Enrollment Specialist can help determine if you qualify. You may be required to apply for MaineCare prior to the Afforable Care Application Review. For more information or to find out how you can enroll, please contact a Outreach and Enrollment Specialist by dialing 207-992-9200 and the extension for your site:
Brewer Medical Center: ext. 1466
Capehart Community Health Center: ext. 1115
Dental Center: ext. 1326
Helen Hunt Health Center: ext. 1730
Hope House: ext. 2048
Jackman Community Health Center: ext. 1730
Medical Specialists: ext. 2005
Penobscot Community Health Center: ext. 1115
Penobscot Pediatrics: ext. 2005
Seaport Community Health Center: ext. 2005
Winterport Community Health Center: ext. 2005
Prescription Assistance Program
PCHC also offers a Prescription Assistance Program (RxAP) that will help you find ways to afford your medications. We look for low-cost or no-cost medications. Our mission at Prescription Assistance is to assure that you have access to the medications you need at a rate you can afford!How Does it Work? After enrolling in the Prescription Assistance program, you will receive your medications for a small fee. This fee is always much less than the actual medication cost. Ask your PCHC prvider or pharmacist for more information.
Below, patients can access the price list for our most frequently provided procedures. Please note: this is the full cash price for our services. If you have insurance, insurance may cover some or all of this cost; if you do not have insurance or have difficulty paying your bill, please ask at the front desk about the Affordable Care Program or how to set up a payment plan. The Maine Health Data Organization also offers information on health care pricing. Click Here to find estimates for services and compare procedure costs for certain health care facilities.
|Category:||Affordable Care Program|
|Date:||August 30, 2013|