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Insurance and Payment

Planned Parenthood accepts most insurance. Many of our services, like birth control and annual exams, are available without co-pay or deductible. If you're uninsured or concerned about the cost of care, you may qualify for low- to no-cost services.  We're here to make sure you receive expert health care. No matter what.

Insurance

Planned Parenthood takes all kinds of insurance from all kinds of providers.  Many of our services, like birth control and annual exams, are available without co-pay or deductible.  Contact your health insurance company directly to confirm that the services you are interested in are covered, and what, if any, out-of-pocket costs you are required to pay.

Insurance Plans Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Plus
  • Health Partners
  • Itasca Medical Care
  • Medica
  • Metropolitan Health Plan
  • Minnesota Medicaid
  • Patient Choice
  • Preferred One
  • Prime West
  • South Country Health Care
  • UCare
  • United Healthcare
  • WPS Medicare
Low- to No-Cost Services

Financial assistance is available for most of our services. Eligibility is based on factors like income, insurance status, and programs available at your local Planned Parenthood health center.

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Other Payment Options

In addition to insurance, Planned Parenthood accepts:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express)
  • Flex Spending Account (FSA) cards
  • Money orders

In some cases we may be able to work with you to arrange a payment plan for certain services.

Question about a bill?

If you have questions about your bill, call 877.530.1794.

Affordable Care Act

The health care law, also known as the ACA or Obamacare, requires most Americans get health insurance or risk paying a fine. Financial help is available for individuals making less than $47,520 per year. Most families of four making less than $97,200 will get financial help.  Our certified Navigators can answer your questions about the ACA and help you get enrolled in an affordable plan.

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