Paying for Care

You will not be denied care if you are unable to pay. 

Konza Prairie Community Health Clinics provide affordable, quality, comprehensive healthcare to ALL persons in our community. We treat patients, who are uninsured, fully insured, have Medicaid, Medicare, or Tricare.

Payment Information

If you have insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare

Konza accepts almost all major insurance plans, including Medicaid (KanCare), Medicare, and Tricare.

If you have insurance, please present your insurance card at each visit so we have your most recent information on file. You will pay the co-pay and deductible according to your insurance plan. Konza accepts cash, check, credit cards and money orders for payment.

Konza will submit insurance claims to your carrier – including Medicare and Medicaid. We will do everything we can to make sure your claim is processed by the carrier.

If the payment due at your visit is difficult for you to pay, please notify staff at check-in.

If you do not have insurance

At Konza, patients without insurance are welcome! If you don’t have insurance or can’t afford your insurance copayments, we can help. Konza receives federal funding to help provide affordable healthcare to qualified individuals at a lower cost based on income and family size. Konza is not a free clinic, but no one is denied care if unable to pay.

Discount fee application - Sliding fee scale

Our sliding fee scale is available to anyone whose income is below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level relative to their household or family size.

To see if you qualify to pay discounted fees, you must:

  • Complete the Discount Fee Application
  • Verify your income

You can complete the Discount – Sliding Fee Application online. You can also pick up a copy of this application in person at either of our clinics.

Discount – Sliding Fee Application (English)

Descuento Honorario Aplicación (Español)

How do I verify my income?

To verify your income, we ask you to provide proof of your current income and address.

Current Proof of Income (One of the following):

  • W2
  • Federal income tax return
  • Recent 3 paystubs
  • Employer letter on letterhead 
  • Pension statement
  • Workforce Center letter
  • Patient self-declaration form
  • Child support/alimony statements
  • Notarized self-reported income
  • Monetary government assistance (unemployment, cash assistance, Social Security, disability)
  • Financial award letters for grants, scholarships, fellowships, or assistantships  

If you don’t qualify for a Discount/Sliding Fee, you can save by paying directly when you receive services. Payment plans are available. Call 785-238-4711 to discuss a payment plan.

KanCare - Kansas Medicaid

Value-Added Benefits

Additional benefits beyond KanCare benefits

 

Aetna Better Health

Sunflower Health Plan

United HealthCare Community Plan

 

How to Pay

When is payment due?

Payment is due when you check in for your appointment. If you are unable to pay at that time, you will receive a statement in the mail.

How can I make my payments?

Konza accepts cash, checks, credit cards, or money orders

Payment Methods

In Person: You can pay at the front desk when you check in for your appointment.

By Phone: Call 785-238-4711

By Mail: If you received a billing statement from Konza, you may mail payment to 361 Grant Ave., Junction City KS 66441

Questions?

Call 785-238-4711 and speak to one of our experienced, friendly staff who can help answer your questions and help you explore other forms of assistance that may be available to you.
You may also stop by the clinic at 361 Grant Ave in Junction City, KS for in-person assistance.