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Health Insurance Assistance

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Healthcare is not easy to navigate alone. JRMC has put together a list of resources to help you and your family easily access the information you need to manage your health and insurance options.

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Your Information. Your Rights. Our Responsibilities.

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.

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Get Covered

Visit HealthCare.gov to find trained professionals in your community who will help navigate you through the Marketplace. You can compare customized plans and prices here too.

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Fast Facts – NJ Health Insurance

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How Does Health Insurance Work?

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation makes health insurance easy to understand in their “Health Insurance Explained” video.

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Community Resources

  • NJ Helps – Screen your eligibility for services and assistance offered in the state of New Jersey.
  • Family Health Line – Talk to a counselor about your health concerns and get referred to resources near you.
  • NJ Quitline – Quit smoking and get the support you need to stay smoke-free.
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Quality of Indicators Three Year Comparison Report

The Jewish Renaissance Medical Center is proud to present our most recent Quality of Indicators Three Year Comparison Report. Our report includes various clinical data collected from 2016-2018. This report reflects both our commitment to Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) standards and our efforts towards building a transparent relationship with our patients and community.

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Sliding Fee Schedule

The sliding fee discount schedule will be used to determine patient’s eligibility for government programs such as Medicaid and uncompensated care. The sliding fee discount schedule is established and implemented to ensure that uniform and appropriate discounts are consistently applied to all eligible patients. Eligibility is based on income and family size only. For those patients at or below the minimum criteria of the federal poverty guidelines (FPG), there will be full discount to all fees with the exception of a nominal fee charged for services on each visit. Financial status will not be used as a barrier to medical treatment when a patient contacts the Center or any of its satellite facilities. Patients whose income, residency status, and family size exceed the requirement for government benefits will be referred to apply for insurance coverage in the Marketplace or the insurance exchange. Those patients will not be eligible for any fee discounts. The parameters for the SFDS for uninsured self-pay patients and those eligible for uncompensated care (Charity Care) are as follows:
  • Family income and family size are at or below 100% of the FPG are offered a 100% discount with the exception of a nominal fee
  • For uninsured self-pay patients whose family income and family size classify those as being above 100% of the FPG but below 200% of the FPG are given a partial discount on services at the health center.
  • For patients eligible for uncompensated care whose family income and family size classify those as being above 100% of the FPG but below 250% of the FPG are given a partial discount on services at the health center.
  • Uninsured self-pay patients with family income and family size above 200% of the FPG are not eligible for any discounts and will be charged the FULL FEE FOR SERVICES provided.
  • Patients who are deemed to be non-compliant with initial or ongoing registration requirements for government programs they are eligible for will be charged FULL FEE FOR SERVICES provided.
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Insurances We Accept

Public Insurance Plans:
Medicaid
Medicare
NJ FamilyCare
Aetna Better Health of NJ
Amerigroup
Horizon NJ Health
United HealthCare Community & State
Plans
WellCare

Private Insurance Plans:
Amerihealth
Aetna
CHN
Cigna
Clover
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ
MagnaCare
Multiplan
Oxford
Qualcare
Tricare/Humana
United HealthCare
United HealthCare Medicare AARP

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Jewish Renaissance Medical Center receives HHS funding and has federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

About us

The Jewish Renaissance Medical Center provides primary health and preventive services to you and your family. We have been an active participant in the Perth Amboy Community and offer care for infants, children, teens, adults, and seniors. We strive to provide the best services for you and your family and to make sure that every service provided is to your satisfaction. As a JRMC medical patient, if you’re feeling sick or have an urgent (non-life threatening) medical problem, we’re here to help.

HOURS

Monday 8AM - 8PM
Tuesday - Friday 8AM - 5PM
Saturday 9AM - 1PM

Services

  • Adult Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Women's Health Initiative
  • Dental Health
  • Nutrition
  • Behavioral Health
  • Endocrinology
  • Lab Services
  • Renaissance Pharmacy
  • Insurance Assistance
  • Referrals and Partners
  • Physical Exams

Contact Info

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