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If you already have health insurance coverage, you can find out if your insurance is accepted at NYC Health + Hospitals.
Metroplus is NYC Health + Hospitals’ health insurance plan. It provides low or no-cost health insurance coverage for adults, children and families. MetroPlus offers special insurance plans for NYC Health + Hospitals employees, people with HIV, and individuals who need long-term care.
The New York State of Health Marketplace is a place where you can shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage on your own.
The New York State of Health Marketplace is a website that allows you to:
If you are not eligible for health insurance coverage or cannot afford it, you may qualify for one of our financial assistance programs, NYC Care or H+H Options. These financial assistance programs make our health care services affordable for you and your family.
NYC Health + Hospitals is committed to providing you with the best information possible so you can make informed decisions about your care. We can provide you with a price estimate for health care services. We can also provide information on how health care costs work.
At NYC Health + Hospitals we are committed to providing our patients with information on your rights and protections against surprise medical bills under federal and NY state law, so you can make informed decisions about where you receive your care and how much you may be expected to pay out-of-pocket.
The federal No Surprises Act and NY law protects our patients from surprise medical bills (unexpected bills for care received from providers who are out-of-network or not participating with a patient’s health plan), provides for patient access to Good Faith Estimates of their out of pocket costs when receiving care from out-of-network providers or on a self-pay basis, if uninsured, removes patients from payment disputes between a health care provider or facility and their health plan, and establishes appeal or dispute resolution processes for uninsured or self-pay patients to dispute bills for care which are significantly higher than the Good Faith Estimate for their care.