OneWorld offers convenient ways for patients to pay for our services. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, most forms of insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.
If you are without insurance, we base our charges on a sliding fee scale. We require proof of one month’s worth of income to determine the fees for services rendered.
The sliding fee scale is based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines for a family of four. Fees may vary based on eligibility, family size and gross monthly income.
2020 Sliding Fee Scale
|U.S. Federal Poverty||Gross Monthly Income
(Family of 4)
|Medical & Behavioral||Dental Child Preventative||Dental (<19) Treatment||Dental (19+) Preventative Treatment||Quick Sick Clinic|
|0-100%||$0000-2,183||$35, Nominal Fee||20%||25%||50%||$55|
|201% and up||$4,368-Up||$85||Full Fee||Full Fee||Full Fee||$85|
Tests, treatment and other services may be an additional fee. Reproductive Health and Certain other services utilize a different sliding fee. Title X and Region 6 program sliding-fees are different.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the sliding fee scale?
A sliding fee scale is used to calculate the cost of services for uninsured patients at their visit. The amount is calculated using patient gross household income and size, and it is updated annually or if your income changes.
What is the OneWorld sliding fee scale based on?
OneWorld Community Health Centers’ sliding fee scale is based on U.S. federal poverty guidelines.
What if my household is larger than five members?
If your household consists of more than five people, please schedule an appointment with OneWorld Community Health Centers patient financial advocates to calculate the fee that would apply to you. To schedule an appointment, please call (402) 502-8888.
How can I calculate the fee if I need to see a dentist or behavioral health counselor?
The cost for these services depends on the nature of your dental or behavioral health visit. Therefore, to calculate your fee, you should schedule an appointment with a patient financial advocate.
When is the fee due?
Fees are due at the time of your visit; if you are unable to pay your bill at the time of the visit, you must meet with a patient financial advocate to discuss payment options.