Thank you for choosing Divine Savior Healthcare for your health care needs.
Divine Savior takes pride in its mission to continuously improve the health and well-being of our community and is committed to providing quality medical services to patients without consideration to a person’s ability to pay.
Divine Savior understands that concerns over medical expenses should never come in the way of receiving outstanding patient care. We will work with individuals and offer financial aid options such as the Community Care Program.
The Community Care Program assists individuals in meeting their financial responsibilities. Patients eligible for Community Care include all patients, regardless of race, religion, creed, national origin, color, sex, or age who meet the financial guidelines set forth in the Community Care Eligibility Criteria.
Divine Savior Healthcare uses the Federal Poverty Guidelines, published yearly, to assist our decision regarding your eligibility for the program. Even individuals and families who income level is 300 percent over the poverty guidelines are still eligible for Charitable Care. To begin the process we ask you to fill out the application and supply the required documentation. Upon review of the application, Community Care eligibility and payment expectations will be determined.*
You will receive a written notice of your Community Care eligibility within ten days of our receipt of a completed application.
*There is a limit to the amount of Community Care (uncompensated care) Divine Savior Healthcare, Inc. will provide on an annual basis. Community Care is available on a first come, first served basis. The total amount of Community Care funds available will be determined annually and approved by the Board of Directors. Divine Savior Healthcare reserves the right to withdraw the approved Community Care if it is determined that an individual provided fraudulent information on their application. Community Care approvals will not automatically extend to future services provided by Divine Savior Healthcare.
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