No Insurance & Low-Cost Insurance Options
Mayflower Medical Group offers low cost cash rates for patients without insurance. See Cash Prices [ Click Here! ] for current pricing on physicals, forms, procedures, vaccines, medications, and injectables. For services not listed, please call our offices. You may also qualify for a subsidized health plan. Please see section below.
Low Cost Insurance Plans
MFMG Providers accept the following health plans which offer special rates for low-to-mid income families. Please visit their websites for more information.
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)
IEHP offers plans for low-income families with children, senior and individuals with disabilities who qualify for Medi-Cal. Families with a moderate income that do not qualify for Medi-Cal may qualify to get their children low cost health insurance through IEHP Health Kids. To enroll with IEHP, please contact 1-888-860-1298.
Molina Healthcare’s Medi-Cal features plans for low-income families with children, senior and individuals with disabilities who qualify for Medi-Cal. To enroll in Molina’s Medi-Cal plan, please contact Health Care Options (HCO) at 1-800-430-4263. The Healthy Families Program is a low-cost health coverage option that provides health, dental and vision coverage to children who qualify. For more information on Molina’s Healthy Families Program please call Healthy Families Program at 1-800-880-5305.
Covered California Marketplace
The state health plan marketplace offers insurance to all Californians. Many individuals who currently do not qualify for low-income programs will qualify for subsidies to make insurance affordable through Covered California.
Mayflower Medical Group accepts Medi-Cal patients with IEHP, Molina or Medicare. To apply for Medi-Cal, go to www.c4yourself.com. This website will also determine if you qualify for California State Cash Assistance, Food and Nutrition Benefits and Medi-Cal. You can also apply for Medi-Cal with an eligibility worker stationed at county clinics or your local Department of Public Social Services.
You can qualify for Medi-Cal if you get cash assistance under:
- Refugee Assistance
- Foster Care of Adoption Assistance Program
If you do not get cash assistance, you may still qualify for Medi-Cal. You must meet one
of the following:
- Low-income parents, caretaker relative, or child under 21 if:
- The child’s parent is deceased or doesn’t live with the child, or
- The child’s parent is incapacitated, or
- The child’s parent is under employed or unemployed
- Low-income seniors (65 years or older)
- Individuals who are legally blind or disabled
- Low-income pregnant women
- Diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer
- Individuals under 21 years
- Persons in a skilled nursing or intermediate care home