“What if I don’t have any insurance?”
“What if I don’t have enough insurance?”
You may qualify to reduce or eliminate your hospital bill…find out how! We are dedicated to serving you, our patients, our community, our family, our friends!
F.A.Q. regarding the Wayne Medical Assistance Program (WMAP)
Q How do I begin the WMAP process?
A Download, complete and return the WMAP application. Or contact a Customer Service Representative or Financial Counselor by phone or in person. That individual will help you by providing the application, answering any additional questions you may have and informing your of the information you may need to supply.
Q How do I know if I can qualify for this program?
A Wayne Memorial Hospital offers assistance with medical bills for anyone that qualifies. A Customer Service Representative or Financial Counselor will ask you questions about your finances such as total income, number of people in your household, monthly expenses, etc. Additional eligibility examples follow.
Q Why do I need to provide such detailed information about my finances?
A This information will help us determine what portion, if any, you may have to pay towards your hospital charges.
Q How does it work?
A Once you have been approved for the program, you will be advised for what percentage you qualify. Depending on the changes in your circumstances, the application may remain valid for six months.
Financial Counselors may be reached at (919) 731-6114, and Customer Service Representatives at (919) 731-6112.
Examples of people who may qualify include:
- A single parent with one child and an annual income of $29,140 or less, depending on their assets and monthly expenses.
- A family of four with a combined annual income of $44,100 or less depending on their assets and monthly expenses
Examples of eligibility are not totally inclusive of all guidelines. This program should not be viewed as a substitute for medical insurance to cover medical expenses such as physician care and medications.
This program should not be viewed as a substitute for medical insurance to cover medical expenses such as physician care and medications.