All FIGHT programs and services are offered regardless of gender, race, color, sex, religious beliefs, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or insurance status. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. FIGHT offers a discounted Sliding Fee Schedule based on Percentage of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) determined by family size and income, an annual Cap on Charges for Ryan White eligible patients, and assistance for patients who are uninsured or under insured to obtain health insurance and other benefits.
*To view the most current Federal Poverty Guidelines, visit https://aspe.hhs.gov/topics/poverty-economic-mobility/poverty-guidelines
Sliding Fee Schedule
For all patients of Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers, the following Sliding Fee Schedules are available for Medical and Dental Services.
Medical and Mental Health Services.
|Percentage of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG)||Charge|
|Less than or equal to 100% of FPG||$0.00|
|Over 100% up to and including 125% FPG||$5.00|
|Over 125% up to and including 150% FPG||$10.00|
|Over 150% up to and including 175% FPG||$15.00|
|Over 175% up to and including 200% FPG||$20.00|
|Above 200% FPG||Full Charge|
|Percentage of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG)||Endodontic and Rehabilitative Dental||General Dental Services|
|Less than or equal to 100% of FPG||0% Financial Responsibility||$0.00|
|Over 100% up to and including 125% FPG||20% Financial Responsibility||$5.00|
|Over 125% up to and including 150% FPG||25% Financial Responsibility||$10.00|
|Over 150% up to and including 175% FPG||30% Financial Responsibility||$15.00|
|Over 175% up to and including 200% FPG||35% Financial Responsibility||$20.00|
|Above 200% FPG||100% Financial Responsibility||Full Charge|
Ryan White Cap on Charges
Patients living with HIV who are Ryan White Eligible with incomes at or below 300% of Federal Poverty Guidelines are eligible for out-of-pocket discounts on their fees. Ryan White Eligible patients will not be charged any out-of-pocket costs once they have reached the annual Cap on Charges limit. The Cap on Charges limit is a percentage of the patient’s annual income based on the chart below. Charges calculated are inclusive of all out-of-pocket health care services charges, including charges paid to other healthcare providers.
|Percentage of Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG)||Ryan White Annual Cap on Charges (as % of individual annual income)||Per visit schedule of charges|
|Less than or equal to 100% of FPG||0%||$0 per visit|
|Over 100% up to and including 200% FPG||5%||Annual income >100% and <=125%: $5|
Annual income >125% and <=150%: $10
Annual income >150% and <=175%: $15
Annual income >175% and <=200%: $20
|Above 200% FPG and up to and including 300%||7%||Full fee per visit until annual cap on charges is met|
|Above 300% FPG||10%||Full fee per visit until annual cap on charges is met|
Assistance for patients who are uninsured or under insured to obtain health insurance and other benefits is available. To learn more, visit BenePhilly.