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You have the right to a cost estimate

If you do not have health care insurance or you will not be using your insurance for your care at Planned Parenthood, by law you have the right to receive a good faith estimate for the care you are seeking if you schedule your appointment at least three business days in advance. At your request, PPMI will send you an estimate of the expected charges by mail or email at least one day before your visit.

Please note that the actual cost of services will differ from the estimated cost if you qualify for discounts, if you have a change in insurance status, or if your services change once you are at the health center.

What if I am not ready to book an appointment yet?

You can call our Patient Access Center at 800-230-7526 to request a good faith estimate of charges for the services you are seeking and costs related to those services.

What if my appointment is not scheduled at least three days in advance?

If your scheduled appointment does not allow three days to provide the good faith estimate, PPMI will provide a verbal estimate of charges, but you will not receive a written estimate prior to your appointment.

For more information about your rights under the law, visit CMS.gov/nosurprises


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