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From Florida's Attorney General and the Agency for Health Care Administration to help consumers shop for the lowest price in their area for their prescription drugs. The website provides pricing information for the 50 most commonly used prescription drugs in Florida. This is the price that an uninsured consumer, with no discount or supplemental plan, would normally pay. Prices at your local pharmacy may change daily, so this website is only meant to help you compare prices at different pharmacies and are not a guaranteed price
Florida KidCare offers affordable, low-cost health insurance for the uninsured children of Florida, from birth through age 18. Toll free 888-540-5437
Designed to give consumers a summary of the various health plans, as well as results of member satisfaction survey.
The Florida Discount Drug Card is designed to lower the cost of prescriptions for Florida residents who are:
Age 60 and older and without prescription drug coverage or who fall into the Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage gap; OR
Under age 60, without prescription drug coverage, and with an annual family income of less than 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Certified diabetes educators and a team of experts including endocrinologists, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, and pharmacists provide care for all socioeconomic groups, with or without health insurance. Community wellness resources for primary care services are offered to the uninsured. 561-803-8880
FAU Community Wellness Centers offer an array of services, directed by advanced practice nurses and social workers in collaboration with other health care providers. The Centers are located adjacent to schools in West Palm Beach and Delray Beach, with satellites at nearby community agencies. Delray Beach: Delray Full Service Center 561-243-1573. West Palm Beach: West Gate Community Wellness Center 561-616-4101.
Medicare beneficiaries can qualify for Extra Help with their Medicare prescription drug plan costs. The Extra Help is estimated to be worth about $4,000 per year. To qualify for the Extra Help, a person must be receiving Medicare, have limited resources and income, and reside in one of the 50 States or the District of Columbia.
The Community Health Center serves people who cannot afford quality health care, and who currently fall through the gaps of our health care system - 840-8681.
Assists patients throughout the United States who meet income qualification guidelines and/or have private insurance or a Medicare Part D plan but cannot afford the cost of their specialty therapeutics.