• A small number of hospitals and health care facilities are required to provide low-cost or no-cost medical care to those in need.
• Eligibility is determined by family size and income.
• Funding and sites are limited.
• There are about 200 health care facilities nationwide.
Hill-Burton Free and Reduced Cost Healthcare
Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA)
In 1946, hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities were provided grants and loans for constructions and modernization. In return, these facilities agreed to provide health care services to individuals who are unable to pay. For a listing of Hill-Burton obligated facilities, visit the website or call the toll-free telephone number.
• Provide health care/dental care to individuals of all ages.
• Are available to those without health insurance.
• Payment is based on income- you pay what you can afford.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Search for local centers via the website or the toll-free telephone number. Information specialists are available in English and Spanish.
Upcoming educational meetings
Partners in Treatment & Care is a half-day educational meeting that gives patients and caregivers the opportunity to learn from local brain tumor experts and meet others who are going through similar journeys.