All Health Brigade patients need to complete registration that includes financial screening before scheduling their first appointment for medical care. This registration must be done every year.
Health Brigade uses the Federal Poverty Guidelines to determine if a patient is eligible for services. To see if you qualify financially for medical services at Health Brigade, please review the 2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines below. As a patient, you must make no more than the total yearly salary listed for the size of your family for which you are responsible.
|2019 Federal Poverty Level and Family Size|
|Family Size||100% Annual FPL||138% Monthly FPL||138% Annual FPL||139% Monthly FPL||139% Annual FPL||200% Monthly FPL||200% Annual FPL|
|Each Additional person||4,420||508||6,100||512||6,144||$737||$8,840|
If you are eligible for medical care at Health Brigade, you will need to bring proof of income to your registration appointment. Proof of income documents is paperwork that shows what your salary is on a yearly or monthly basis. Documents that qualify can be viewed here: proof of income documentation. Análisis de Ingreso
If you have any questions about your eligibility under the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or what proof of income documents you need to bring, please call for assistance: (804) 358-6343
Finally, patients must live in one of the following counties: Amelia County, Caroline County, Charles City County, Chesterfield County, Cumberland County, Dinwiddie County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Hanover County, Henrico County, Isle of Wight County, King and Queen County, King George County, King William County, Lancaster County, Louisa County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, Northumberland County, Powhatan County, Prince George County, Richmond County, Southampton County, Surry County, Sussex County, Westmoreland County, City of Colonial Heights, City of Hopewell, City of Petersburg, City of Richmond, Town of Ashland