Payment for all patients is due at the time of service.
White House Clinics accepts most major forms of insurance. We accept Medicare (including Medicare Part D cards for prescriptions). And, for your convenience, we accept cash, checks, and debit or credit cards.
At White House Clinics we also believe that quality health care shouldn't depend on what's in your wallet.
Because White House Clinics are recognized as Federally Qualified Community Health Care Centers, we receive money to help offset costs for uninsured and low-income patients.
If you think you might qualify and are interested in enrolling in the Sliding Fee program, we invite you to make an appointment to meet with one of our friendly financial counselors.
We'll ask you some questions about the number of people in your household and your household income. We might also ask to see some verification of your income--documents like paycheck stubs, your letter from Social Security/ Disability, your long form from the Food Stamp office, or a copy of your bank statement to verify child support payments.
For information, check out our
Financial Assistance page.