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Current patients: click the button below to make a patient payment!

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Planned Parenthood has many payment options available for patients to receive high quality services regardless of income level, including no cost or low cost. We accept most insurance plans, including NY State Medicaid and Medicare. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.

Please call 1-866-600-6886 to confirm that we accept your insurance.  If you do not have insurance, please call us to learn about ways you can receive free or low cost services.

We have staff on hand who can help you apply for free services through the Family Planning Benefit Program (FPBP). To qualify for FPBP you must:

  • Be a New York State resident
  • Be a male or female of childbearing age (including teens and college students)
  • Meet income guidelines
  • Be able to have children

If you meet the requirements, this New York State program will cover your birth control-related visits. The plan will also cover most prescriptions written for birth control. FPBP is not comprehensive health insurance, and will not cover all types of visits.

Some services are also available on a sliding fee discount program based on family size and income. If you qualify for our sliding scale, we accept cash, check (for some services) or credit card for payment.

Uninsured and/or self-pay patients are entitled to request a Good Faith Estimate in accordance with The Department of Treasury,  Labor and Health and Human Services.
The good faith estimate is an estimate and subject to change, the information provided in the good faith estimate are estimates and not the final overall total charges. Additional items and/or services that are not in the good faith estimate may be recommended by the rendering provider as part of the course of care, that must be scheduled separately and are not reflected in the good faith estimate. You have the right to initiate the patient-provider dispute resolution process if the actual billed charges are $400 more than the expected charges included in the good faith estimate. The good faith estimate is not a contract and does not require the uninsured (or self- pay) individual to obtain the items and services from any of the providers or facilities identified on the good faith estimate.

If you need assistance covering the cost of your abortion, visit the National Network of Abortion Funds for more information. Assistance may be available to you and is not limited to New York State residents.

Notice: New York State of Health is going to stop the COVID-19 automatic continuation of Medicaid, Child Health Plus, and Essential plans on June 30, 2023. They will resume eligibility reviews and renewals for people enrolled in these programs. If a patient’s plan ends on or before May 31, 2023, they are automatically signed up until 2024. If a patient’s plan ends after May 31, 2023, patients will receive renewal notices based on enrollment term dates. Patients will need to take action to renew their insurance or they could be at risk for a gap in coverage. For more information, visit NY State of Health.

All fees are due at the time of your appointment. Call 1-866-600-6886 for more information.


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