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Our bill pay experience has changed – for the better!

Our new PatientWallet® is your one-stop-shop for all your PPGNHAIK bills. Log in at any time to view and pay your balance, create a payment plan, see all billing activity, and more.

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Paying for Your Health Care

We are excited to announce the return of Title X funding to many of our health centers. This means we are once again able to provide discounts on the cost of services to those who qualify. If you don’t qualify for discounts through Title X, we have other payment options to make your visit more affordable.

What is Title X?

Title X (“Title Ten”) is a federal program that supports discounted or free health care services including birth control and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing & treatment for adults and teens regardless of income or insurance.

Payment Options

We offer a  variety of payment options to make your visit to Planned Parenthood more affordable. Please talk with our health center staff or call our patient access center at 1-800-769-0045 if you have questions.

Health Insurance

We accept most major health insurance plans, including Medicaid. 

Health Insurance Plans

Financial Assistance

Receive a prompt-pay discount,  set up a payment plan, or apply for financial assistance. 

Discount & Payment Plans

State Programs

Some states have special programs to help you cover the cost of your sexual and reproductive health care. 

Local Payment Programs

Online Bill Pay

Safe, easy, and secure. Pay your bill online. 

Bill Pay

Health Care Services Price List

Health care costs can be confusing. We’re here to help.

Price List

Abortion Funds

Resources are available for patients who need assistance affording or accessing abortion care. 

Funding Resources

Notice to Washington Patients

In Washington state, by law, your health plan cannot disclose your information if it's related to these health care services:

  • Reproductive health, including birth control and abortion care
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Gender affirming care
  • Domestic violence

Protections are also granted to those age 18 and under who are old enough to consent to health care services.

Health plans may still send communications, like Explanation of Benefits (EOB) documents, to the address on file unless you request communication to be sent somewhere else. 

The following form can be completed and sent to your health plan to request your information be kept confidential. Your health plan has 3 days from receipt to comply with the form. Questions on where to send the form should be directed to your health plan by calling the member services phone number on your insurance card. 

Confidentiality Request Form