North Country HealthCare is committed to providing access to the very best medical and dental care for all ages, regardless of insurance or financial status. We accept a wide variety of commercial, Medicare and Medicaid insurance plans. If you are uninsured, our Health Benefits Advocates will work with you to see if you are eligible for any available insurance coverage and assist you with enrollment.
Below is a list of some of the major insurance plans North Country HealthCare is contracted with. Because healthcare coverage and insurance plans are constantly changing, it is important to check with your insurance provider before scheduling an appointment to confirm your insurance will pay for services at North Country HealthCare.
*We also accept AHCCCS and KidsCare plans for the following counties: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai
We always accept new Medicare patients.
We accept most AHCCCS (Arizona Medicaid) and KidsCare (Arizona’s Children’s Health Insurance Plan) plans. Patients not already on AHCCCS/KidsCare who appear eligible can make an appointment with one of our Health Benefit Advocates for assistance in the application process. Visit our Get Covered page for more information.
If you are eligible, based on income and family size, our sliding-fee scale allows you to pay variable rates. We also offer discounted fees and programs that can assist when insurance doesn’t cover a service.
North Country HealthCare can assist you in enrolling in medical insurance coverage. You may be eligible for a $0 premium plan, or a tax credit that lowers your monthly premiums right away. Visit our Get Covered page to learn more.
We have staff in your area ready to help you with the application process. Call a location near you or call one of our Health Benefits Advocates below to schedule an appointment to help you enroll in medical insurance coverage today.
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