Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offers financial assistance opportunities for qualifying families, and interest-free payment plan options to assist families.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is committed to providing financial assistance to families whose children have health care needs and are uninsured, underinsured, ineligible for a government program, or otherwise unable to pay for their child’s medically necessary care based on their individual financial situation.
If you are unable to pay for your child’s necessary medical care, you may qualify for financial assistance if:
- you have applied for Medical Assistance benefits and do not meet eligibility requirements
- the patient is a United States citizen or permanent resident (must have resided in the United States for a minimum of one year)
- the patient and/or family has been a resident of the state of Florida for at least the past six months
- you have exhausted all insurance options
- you have completed a financial assistance application and provided all required documentation
- you meet the financial guidelines based on your income, assets and outstanding debt.
To determine if you are eligible for financial assistance, please review our financial assistance policy. To apply, please fill out the Financial Assistance Application (en Español). Our plain language summary of our financial assistance policy in both English and Spanish is also available online here.
Submit completed applications and the patient profile questionnaire to firstname.lastname@example.org or:
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
501 6th Ave. S, D#9050
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
For more information on individual physicians that provide services at Johns Hopkins All Children’s and participate in our financial assistance program, please review our provider list.
If you have questions about financial assistance, please call the business office at 727-767-3475.
Self-pay collections policy
For more information on self-payment, and self-pay balances after insurance processing, please review our Self-Pay Collections Policy. This document outlines Johns Hopkins All Children’s procedures for following up with patient families on any outstanding balances and our billing practices.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offers a number of interest-free payment plans to assist our patient families in meeting their financial needs and obligations.
We encourage you to speak with your insurance company directly about your benefits plan, and make sure you know your deductible, co-insurance and co-payment amounts. We will collect the applicable deductible, co-payment or co-insurance amount at the time of service. If you are unable to pay your amount in full, you may be eligible to establish a payment plan.
To set up a payment plan, please call one of the following phone numbers depending on the services you are receiving:
- OB/GYN Specialists
- Pediatric Physician Services (PPS)
- PPS Cardiovascular Surgery
- PPS Psychiatry
- PPS Neurosurgery
- West Coast Neonatology
The parameters of the payment plans we offer are listed below. To calculate the monthly installment, both the minimum monthly payment and maximum repayment term criteria must be satisfied.
For example, if you have a balance of $2,150 to pay off, this results in a monthly payment of $125 for 10 months. The matrix shows that a balance of $1,250 requires a minimum monthly payment of $125. Dividing $1,250 by $125 results in 10 months, which is within the maximum repayment term (12 months).
||Maximum Repayment Term (in months)
||Minimum Monthly Payment
|$50 or less
||Pay in full within 30 days
||Payment in full within 30 days
||If repayment term exceeds 24 months, contact business office: 800-880-2056