Coast Community Health Center will bill all insurance companies, even if you’re out of your plan’s network.
If you have an insurance card, please bring it to your appointment. Your office visit copay is requested at the time of service. We accept cash, checks, and major credit and debit cards.
Our health and wellness services are available to all. No one is turned away for inability to pay.
New patients 541-347-2529 x 0
Review or pay your bill 541-347-2529 x 5
Coast Community Health Center contracts with many public and private insurance carriers.
We welcome patients enrolled with private insurers not listed on this page. Feel free to contact our staff with questions about health insurance.
We have preferred provider contracts with these insurers:
Private Health Insurance
Aetna– First Health & Coventry
First Choice Health (Oregon co-op)
MODA Health Plans
Providence Health Plan
Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield (group policies)
United Health Care
Public Health Insurance
AFS & DMAP (open OHP card)
Medicare Part B
Advance Health (WOAH/DOCS)
Veterans Health Plans
Regence Triwest Community Care Network
TriWest, Health Net Federal
Our Sliding Fee Discount Program option is offered to all patients.
You may apply even if you have health insurance. Eligibility is based on your yearly household income and family size. Use your most recent tax return, or pay stubs, to estimate income. You will not be asked about assets such as a home or business.
Ask our patient services representatives for a copy of our Sliding Fee Discount Program application -or-
Download a Sliding Fee Discount Program Application.
Uninsured and private pay patients are offered a 25% discount when payment is made at the time of service. Those who do not pay at time of service will receive a bill for the full amount.
Insured patients visiting from out of state or country who do not qualify for insurance reimbursement will be served as private pay patients and receive a 15% discount for full payment at the time of service.
We contract with Medicare, Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and the Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP).
Medicare eligible patients can find enrollment assistance with SHIBA. Visit our Programs page for details.
Oregon’s public health insurance, Oregon Health Plan, is now available to more individuals and families. Visit our Outreach page for help checking eligibility for you or members of your household.
We have preferred provider contracts with VA insurance policies through Regence Triwest Community Care Network and TriWest, Health Net Federal.
If you would like us to bill your insurance, please request a referral from your VA primary care provider for services at Coast Community Health Center. Your office visit copay is requested at the time of service.
Services without a VA referral will be billed on our private pay sliding fee discount program.
Patients are encouraged to contact their insurance company’s customer service department to
• confirm your policy is in our preferred provider network,
• ask about your office visit copay, or
• learn about your benefits.
Advanced Health (WOAH) and AllCare Health Plan are the local OHP administrators, also called Coordinated Care Organizations, for Coos and Curry county residents.
Call if you
• have questions about your enrollment status, or
• need information about your coverage.
Advanced Health (WOAH), 541-269-7400 or 1-800-264-0014
AllCare, 541-471-4106 or 1-888-460-0185
Want help renewing or applying for health insurance benefits?
Our outreach and enrollment staff are trained to help individuals and families applying for the Oregon Health Plan and private plans available through the federal health insurance marketplace.
Insurance enrollment assistance is free, and your information is kept confidential. Learn more at our Outreach page.
Trained SHIBA enrollment counselors provide plain-language descriptions of–
• Medicare health benefits,
• Medicare prescription plans, and
• Supplemental benefits available with private health insurance policies.
Find details about this free service on our Programs page.