Nemours providers care for children in many settings, including collaborating hospitals. If your child is seen at a hospital that collaborates with Nemours in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware or Florida, they may be cared for by a Nemours provider.
After your child’s care, Nemours will bill your insurance if you have coverage. We may contact you to check your current insurance information. Depending on your coverage and how much your insurance pays, you may also receive a bill directly from Nemours.
Medicaid offers medical coverage for eligible children and families. Each state sets its own eligibility requirements and benefits.
Contact your state’s services office for more information:
If you can’t afford private health insurance, and you don’t qualify for state or federal government health care programs, you might be eligible for Nemours-funded financial support.
Contact our team to find if you qualify.
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"Surprise billing" is an unexpected balance bill. This can happen when you can’t control who is involved in your care or your child’s care — such as when you or your child have an emergency, or when you schedule a visit at an in-network facility but are unexpectedly treated by an out-of-network provider.Learn More
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