OneWorld accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, most forms of insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. For people without insurance we base our charges on a sliding fee scale. Proof of one month’s worth of income is required to determine the fees for services rendered.
The sliding fee scale below is based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines for a family of four. Your fees may vary based on eligibility, family size, and gross monthly income.
Sliding Fee Scale
|Federal Poverty Level||Gross Monthly Income
(Based on a Family of 4)
|Medical||Dental||Quick Sick Clinic|
|Full Fee||$85 Flat Fee|
- The fees above are only an estimate based on our guidelines and are subject to change.
- Supplementary and referral services follow a different sliding fee scale, and are not reflected in the above scale.
- This schedule is an estimate. When you schedule an appointment you will meet with a financial counselor who will go over payment with you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Sliding Fee?
A sliding fee is used to calculate the fee uninsured patients are responsible for at their first visit. The fee amount is calculated using patient gross household income and size, and is updated annually or if your income changes.
What is the OneWorld Community Health Center’s sliding fee based on?
OneWorld Community Health Center’s sliding fee is based on the federal poverty guidelines and is subject to change.
What if my household is larger than 5 members?
If your household consists of more than 5 people, schedule an appointment with a OneWorld Community Health Center Patient Financial Advocate to calculate the fee that would apply to you. To schedule an appointment please call 402-502-8899.
How can I calculate the fee if I need to see a dentist or behavioral health counselor?
Cost depends on the nature of your dental or behavioral health visit. Therefore, to calculate your fee, you need to schedule an appointment with a patient financial advisor at OneWorld Community Health Center.
When is the fee due?
The fee is due at the time of visit. If you are unable to pay your bill at the time of the visit, you will need to meet with a patient financial advocate to discuss payment options.