Swope Health is a federally qualified health center, which means we provide care to all — regardless of your ability to pay, whether you have insurance or not.

Our team is ready to help you register for services, including support for low-income patients, disabled, Veterans, Medicaid eligibility, Social Security disability benefits and more.

We work with major insurance providers in the region, including United Healthcare, Home State and Sunflower. If you have an insurance card, present it at the time you register.

If you are not insured, fees for services will be based on your income. Charges may be reduced if you live on a limited income according to state and federal guidelines. We collect annual income information so that we are able to determine a sliding fee scale if your insurance does not cover the full amount. Please be aware: you will still be responsible for any services that are not eligible or that are rejected by your insurance.

To qualify for discounts with Swope Health, please bring:

  • Current proof of income
  • An unemployment determination letter
  • A notarized financial statement
  • A post-marked piece of mail with your current address on it (within 10 days)

Your statement

We send statements monthly. You may pay by cash, check, money order, MasterCard, Visa, or through your insurance. Our billing department will be glad to work out a payment plan with you. Past due accounts may be referred to a collection agency.

Charges

Swope Health Services charges standard fees for medical, dental and behavioral health services, including prescriptions, dentures, eyeglasses and medical devices.

We also charge a service fee for each visit. Download our service fee guide. (Descargue nuestra guía de tarifas de servicio.)

If you have any questions about your statement or our fees, call 816-923-5800.

Payment and Insurance