How to Apply for Financial Assistance at OU Medical Center

Applying for financial assistance at OU Medical Center is a simple process. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to apply for financial assistance

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If you are having trouble paying for your medical care, you may be eligible for financial assistance from OU Medical Center This page will explain the process for applying for financial assistance and provide some helpful resources.

There are a few different ways to apply for financial assistance at OU Medical Center. The easiest way is to fill out an online application. You can also download and print an application, or pick up a paper application from our customer service desk.

Once you have completed your application, you will need to submit it to our financial assistance office along with some supporting documentation. The documentation you will need depends on your household income and size. You can find a list of required documents here.

If you have any questions about the financial assistance process, please contact our customer service desk at 405-271-4000.

What is Financial Assistance?

Financial assistance is defined as the hospital’s policy of providing free or reduced-priced care to patients who demonstrate a financial need.

To determine if you are eligible for financial assistance, OU Medical Center will review your family size and income. The amount of assistance you may receive is based on a sliding scale and is calculated using the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).

If you have questions about OU Medical Center’s Financial Assistance Policy or the application process, please contact our Business Office at 405-271-5230.

Applying for Financial Assistance

If you are unable to pay your OU Medical Center bill in full, we offer several options to assist you. Please note that our financial assistance policy does not cover elective procedures.

OU Medical Center offers two types of financial assistance:

Charity care is available for patients who meet certain income guidelines and who have no other means of payment.
Discounts are available for patients who do not qualify for charity care, but who still demonstrate financial need.

To apply for financial assistance, please complete the application form and return it to us with the required documentation. You can find the form and a list of required documentation on our website or by calling our offices at 405-271-4700.

We understand that medical bills can be difficult to pay and we are here to help you in any way we can. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about our financial assistance policy or how to apply for assistance.

Documentation Required

In order to apply for financial assistance at OU Medical Center, you will need to provide the following documentation:

-A completed application form
-Proof of income (tax return, pay stubs, etc.)
-Proof of health insurance (if applicable)
-Proof of residency (utility bill, lease, etc.)

The Application Process

Applying for financial assistance at OU Medical Center is a simple process. To get started, you’ll need to gather some information about your household income and assets. You’ll also need to provide a copy of your most recent tax return.

Once you have all of the required information, you can begin the application process by visiting the OU Medical Center website or by calling the Financial Assistance office at 405-271-4444.

The Financial Assistance office will review your application and determine if you qualify for assistance. If you do qualify, they will work with you to create a payment plan that fits your budget.

Billing and Payment

You can apply for financial assistance by completing an application and providing us with documentation of your income. Programs are available for patients who qualify based on their income and family size.

For more information, please contact our billing office at 405-271-4576 or 1-800-865-4584, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., or email us at oufinancial [email protected].

Financial Assistance Policies

At OU Medical Center, we understand that medical bills can be expensive and sometimes unexpected. That’s why we offer a variety of financial assistance options to help our patients.

We offer discounts for patients who:
-Are eligible for government programs like Medicaid or Medicare
-Have trouble paying their medical bills
-Do not have insurance

We also offer a variety of payment plans to help make paying your bill more manageable. If you have any questions about our financial assistance policies or would like to apply for assistance, please call our Patient Financial Services department at 405-271-4100.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What type of financial assistance does OU Medical Center offer?
2. What is the process for applying for financial assistance?
3. How do I know if I am eligible for financial assistance?
4. What are the income limits for financial assistance?
5. Do I have to be a U.S. citizen or legal resident to apply for financial assistance?
6. How long will it take to find out if I am approved for financial assistance?
7. Can I reapply for financial assistance if my circumstances change?
8. Where can I get more information about financial assistance at OU Medical Center?


There are many resources available to help you pay for your medical care at OU Medical Center. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify, and there are several programs and discounts that may be able to help lower your costs.

We understand that paying for medical care can be a challenge, and we want to help you get the care you need. Please call our Customer Financial Services team at (405) 271-4294 to discuss your options.


In order to be considered for financial assistance, patients must complete an application and provide all required documentation. The decision to award or deny assistance is made on a case-by-case basis. Patients who are not awarded assistance may appeal the decision by following the steps outlined in the denial letter.

OU Medical Center is committed to providing quality care to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay. We hope that this information has been helpful and we encourage you to contact us if you have any questions.

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