ICHC: Financial Support
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Find the program you are interested in below and click on the link to be sent to the appropriate location.
Contact your insurance company to find out if they pay for or reimburse for travel.
This can vary but Medicaid and ANMC usually have travel available 1 – 3 days prior to the patient departure.
Please click the Sliding Fee Discount link and fill out the form. Bring your form and required documents into Ilanka Community Health Center.
HAVE QUESTIONS? CALL US
If you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 9-1-1.
The healthcare system can be difficult to navigate. Illanka Community Health Center is here to help. We are happy to assist you in applying for Medicaid, Medicare, Denali Kid Care, Affordable Care Act, Veterans Affairs, Disability, and Social Security. We also offer discounts and payment plans.
To make an appointment, please contact ICHC at 907-424-3622.
Medicaid is a program that provides health coverage to low-income citizens of Alaska.
Medicare is a federal program providing health care coverage for people 65 and older. People under the age of 65 who can qualify for Medicare include those with certain disabilities and those with permanent Kidney Failure.
Denali Kid Care
Denali Kid Care is Medicaid coverage for children ages 0 to 18 and for pregnant women meeting the income eligibility.
Click here to learn more about Denali Kid Care or to apply.
Click here to learn more about the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Alaska.
Click here to apply for VA health care.
Ladies First is designed to help pay for breast cancer screenings and cervical cancer screenings. This includes exams and diagnostic testing. Eligibility is based on age and income.
Click here to learn more about Ladies First.
The Fisherman’s Fund is designed to assist licensed fishermen who have been injured while fishing in Alaska.
Learn more about the Fisherman’s Fund.
Commonly Needed Items
- Birth Certificate
- Driver’s License
- State ID Card
- Health Benefits ID Card
- Voter Registration Card
- Pay Stubs
- Statement from Employer as to Gross Wages
- Income Tax Forms
- Self-employments Bookkeeping Records
Examples: social security (SSI), veterans affairs (VA) benefits, child support, alimony, unemployment or retirement.
- Bank Statements Showing Direct Deposits
- Agency Letter Showing Money Received
- Utility Bills
- Rental Agreement
- Mortgage Statement
Social Security Numbers
- Immigration or naturalization papers
- Paternity, custody, and support orders
- Divorce or dissolution decrees
Medical Expense Deductions
For households with elderly, blind, disabled members only.
- Billing Statements
- Itemized Medical Receipts such as for Prescription Drugs
- Medicare Card Indicating Part B Coverage
- Repayment Agreement with Physician
Other Documents Which May Be Required
- Proof of Pregnancy, and Due Date if You or Someone in Your Household is Pregnant
- Proof of Application for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Eviction Notices or Utility Shut Off Notice
- Court Orders (Adoption Records)
Payment Options & Discounts
The sliding fee discount is designed to help cover your out-of-pocket expenses. Eligibility is based on household size and income. This discount can be used in conjunction with other Health Insurance programs.
Prompt Pay Discount
ICHC offers their patients a 20% discount if medical services are paid for at the time of the visit.