Prism Health North Texas

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No insurance? Can’t pay? Don’t worry.

There are programs to help you get the treatment and medicines you need to live with HIV. We help people get medical care even if they have no income, low income, or can’t pay. Our health centers are funded in part by the Ryan White Treatment Extension Act and can help eligible people get the care they need.
We also accept managed Medicaid (in-network for Superior Healthplan only) and Medicare.

Got insurance?

Great, we also accept many private insurance plans such as the ones listed.

List of Currently Accepted Insurances (as of January 17, 2017):

Current Health Plans
  • Aetna (HMO, Non HMO, Medicare Advantage, and PPO)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (PPO, POS, HMO, Medicare Advantage PPO, Blue Advantage PPO, Premier HMO)*
  • Cigna (PPO, POS, HMO, Indemnity)
  • Coventry (PPO, Medicare Advantage PPO)
  • First Health (PPO)
  • Galaxy Health Network (PPO)
  • HealthSmart (PPO, GEPO, Accel)
  • Humana/ChoiceCare (PPO, Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO)
  • Independent Medical Systems (PPO)
  • Prime Health Services (PPO)
  • United Healthcare  (UHC)
  • United Healthcare (Medicare Advantage)
Current Marketplace (Affordable Care Act or “ObamaCare”) Plans
  • Blue Essentials (Effective January 17, 2017, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas changed the name of the HMO Blue Texas Network to Blue Essentials). 
Current Managed Medicaid Plans
  • Superior Healthplan

*Effective January 1, 2017, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas will change the name of the HMO Blue Texas network to Blue Essentials. 

Did you know…

The average cost of HIV medicines is $14,000-$20,000 a year! However, most people receive them at little or no cost in the US?