- Accepted Insurance Plans
- Clinical Ethics Consultation
- Financial Services
- Hospital Charges
- Important Phone Numbers
- Language Access and Communications Services
- Medical Records
- MetroHealth Care Partners ACO
- Mobile Unit for Enrollment Outreach
- Office of Patient Experience
- Parking at Main Campus
- Patient Bill of Rights and Responsibilities
- Public Health Programs
- Spiritual Care
- Visitation Policy
Healthcare Exchanges and Medicaid Expansion
As a patient of The MetroHealth System we want you to know that under the Affordable Care Act, you and your family may be able to get health insurance through the Health Insurance Market Place, also known as HealthCare Exchanges, or through Ohio’s Expanded Medicaid Program.
The Health Insurance Market Place or Exchanges are organizations set up to provide standardized health plans to purchase. You may be eligible to receive federal subsidies to assist with the premiums.
Ohio has expanded its Medicaid Program to include low-income adults without children and additionally, families who previously may not have qualified.
We can assist with the Medicaid application and redetermination process.
- If you would like to schedule an appointment at any of our many locations for Medicaid application assistance, please call 216-957-2325.
- You can also apply for Medicaid by visiting www.benefits.ohio.gov
- You can also apply for Medicaid over the phone by calling 1-844-640-6446
In order to determine whether you qualify for either program, please visit the following websites where you can learn more and apply:
You can also visit our website, MetroHealth.org and visit the Financial Assistance page for more information.
If you do not have access to a computer or would like additional help, we are happy to help you. Please call our Eligibility Team Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 216-957-2325.
We look forward to continuing to serve your healthcare needs and assisting you with any questions you may have on the new healthcare changes.
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