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Concerned

London, KY

#1 Feb 7, 2013
I work full time with no insurance. Where and how can I get help if I need it for medical help. I'm getting older and more concerned.
concerned

Manchester, KY

#2 Feb 7, 2013
too late now lection is over--guess you older can get medi carecard makes sense
Barbourville chick

Barbourville, KY

#3 Feb 7, 2013
Concerned wrote:
I work full time with no insurance. Where and how can I get help if I need it for medical help. I'm getting older and more concerned.
Well I heard grace community health goes by your income you could try there...have you went to the hospital and tried to apply for DSH? They pay for your bloodwork and things all except the dr. There are many qualifications to obtain a medical card and with you working that rules you out! I haven't insurance either and it's hard! I don't qualify for any type of assistance so I put off dr visits and labs!
Concerned

London, KY

#4 Feb 7, 2013
Barbourville chick wrote:
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Well I heard grace community health goes by your income you could try there...have you went to the hospital and tried to apply for DSH? They pay for your bloodwork and things all except the dr. There are many qualifications to obtain a medical card and with you working that rules you out! I haven't insurance either and it's hard! I don't qualify for any type of assistance so I put off dr visits and labs!
Thank you for your information!!! I am about 25 years away from a medicare card. I have worked all my life and not been on the system. Shame I can pay for everybody else's just not my own. Thank you again!!
WORKER

Carrollton, KY

#5 Feb 8, 2013
Concerned wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for your information!!! I am about 25 years away from a medicare card. I have worked all my life and not been on the system. Shame I can pay for everybody else's just not my own. Thank you again!!
THAT IS SO TRUE. I'VE WORKED ALL MY LIFE. I HAVE NO BENEFITS. CANT GO TO THE DR. I DO MEDICAL BILLING AND IT AMAZES ME HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE A MEDICAL CARD. THE GOVERNMENT DEFINITELY SENDS THE WRONG MESSAGE. DON'T WORK AND YOU GET HELP WITH FOOD, SHELTER, MEDICAL, UTILITIES.....ETC. BUT IF YOU WORK, YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN AND DO WITHOUT. MAKES YOU WANNA GIVE UP AND STAY HOME - MY PRIDE WONT LET ME. I JUST WISH THEY WOULD HELP THOSE WHO ARE HELPING THEMSELVES. INSTEAD OF REWARDING THOSE WHO DON'T TRY. SORRY...HAD TO RANT A MINUTE.
Girly

Barbourville, KY

#6 Feb 8, 2013
WORKER wrote:
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THAT IS SO TRUE. I'VE WORKED ALL MY LIFE. I HAVE NO BENEFITS. CANT GO TO THE DR. I DO MEDICAL BILLING AND IT AMAZES ME HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE A MEDICAL CARD. THE GOVERNMENT DEFINITELY SENDS THE WRONG MESSAGE. DON'T WORK AND YOU GET HELP WITH FOOD, SHELTER, MEDICAL, UTILITIES.....ETC. BUT IF YOU WORK, YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN
AND DO WITHOUT. MAKES YOU WANNA GIVE UP AND STAY HOME - MY PRIDE WONT LET ME. I JUST WISH THEY WOULD HELP THOSE WHO ARE HELPING THEMSELVES.
INSTEAD OF REWARDING THOSE WHO DON'T TRY. SORRY...HAD TO RANT A MINUTE.
love it!!! Same boat here! Sickens me;(
Barbourville chick

Barbourville, KY

#7 Feb 8, 2013
They punish the working ppl for sure!

“I got no Opinion”

Since: Dec 10

Cannon, KY

#8 Feb 8, 2013
Most programs in which doctors carry is based on your income. So, that is mostly what it depends on. Also, how many is in the household.
Wonder

London, KY

#9 Feb 8, 2013
Nimbletwig wrote:
Most programs in which doctors carry is based on your income. So, that is mostly what it depends on. Also, how many is in the household.
What would happen if I was struck with a serious life altering sickness? I too am getting up in age and work with no insurance.

“I got no Opinion”

Since: Dec 10

Cannon, KY

#10 Feb 8, 2013
Wonder wrote:
<quoted text>What would happen if I was struck with a serious life altering sickness? I too am getting up in age and work with no insurance.
It depends on your overall income.
Swith OUT

Madisonville, KY

#11 Feb 9, 2013
Baptist Health. It is based on sliding scale income. And then you can see Susan Hodges or Dr. Peterson in B'ville. I did it.
heard that

Hazard, KY

#12 Feb 9, 2013
Wonder wrote:
<quoted text>What would happen if I was struck with a serious life altering sickness? I too am getting up in age and work with no insurance.
Insurance , definitely makes a difference in what kind of treatment you receieve.Good ins= good treatment.No ins=big problem.Hospitals and dr have signs posted that noone is turned away regardless of ability to pay but it dosen't say what kind of treatment you will receieve.
Concerned

London, KY

#13 Feb 9, 2013
Swith OUT wrote:
Baptist Health. It is based on sliding scale income. And then you can see Susan Hodges or Dr. Peterson in B'ville. I did it.
Relief to know!!

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