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  • New Providers

  • Health Coverage

    Affordable Care Act
    Enrollment Started November 15, 2014.  

    Call 813-653-6100 to schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Enrollment Specialists or stop by one of our locations.

    If you want to know more, the best place for the latest, most accurate information on the Marketplace is the updated website. You can learn about your available healthcare options, who can apply for insurance, how to enroll, how to lower your costs and more. If you own a small business, there’s information for you, too.

    Starting this fall, the Marketplace will help you find health insurance that fits your budget and meets your needs, with less hassle.

    No matter where you live, you may buy insurance from private health plans that cover a comprehensive set of benefits, including doctor visits, hospital stays, preventive care, and prescriptions. And plans in the Marketplace must treat you fairly; they can’t deny you coverage because of a pre-existing condition.

    With a single application, you can also see if you qualify for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program, or savings you can use right away to lower your health insurance premiums.

    1-Page Marketplace Guide

    Guía de una página para el Mercado de Seguros Médicos


    Florida Kid Care

    Florida KidCare is affordable health insurance available to Florida’s children, from newborns through age 18. Monthly premiums depend on your family size and household income.
     
    Once your application is received, Florida KidCare will determine eligibility for the following programs:

    • MediKids (ages 1-4)
    • Healthy Kids (ages 5-18)
    • Children’s Medical Services Network (ages birth-18)
    • Medicaid (ages birth-18)

     
    Application Information:

    • Any household income including child support
    • Each child’s Social Security number or the date you applied for it, if you have not received it yet
    • Amount paid for daycare/afterschool care for each child or a disabled adult, so someone in your household can work
    • Paystubs from the last four weeks
    • Most recent federal income tax return
    • Most recent W-2 forms

     
    For more information:
    www.floridakidcare.org
    1-888-540-5437