Parkland Financial Assistance (PFA) is a program to help Dallas County residents pay for their health care services at Parkland. Patients must qualify based on information such as income and household size.
Prior to admission to the PFA program, Parkland financial counselors will help you find other programs that you may qualify for, such as grants or other state and federal health care assistance. The PFA program is not a replacement for Medicare B. If you qualify for Medicare B, you will need to apply during open enrollment.
Parkland Financial Assistance is not health insurance. If you qualify for coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, you will need to enroll during the open enrollment period. If you have questions about how the Affordable Care Act will impact your help from Parkland Financial Assistance, review the frequently asked questions.
To quality for Parkland Financial Assistance, Parkland requires proof of:
Review a complete list of documents.
If you would like to see if you qualify for PFA or have questions, contact Parkland’s Patient Financial Services or visit one of Parkland’s community clinics.
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.