Charges for Services
Burke charges reasonable fees for services. Burke will not deny services to a person because of an inability to pay for the service. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. Burke uses the Health and Human Services Monthly Ability-to-Pay schedule to determine an individual’s ability to pay.
The Sliding Scale charts below are used to determine your maximum monthly fee based on a number of factors, including the size of your household, your annual or monthly gross income, and any extraordinary expenses (such as medical expenses or property loss). It is best to utilize this chart as a tool, as clinic staff will discuss this with you at the time of enrollment in services.
Burke’s Consumer Benefits Department is available to assist individuals enrolled in services for community assistance programs including but not limited to Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program, TANF, Food Stamps and Medicare Part D. Clients are referred by clinic staff at the time of enrollment in services.