|Indigent Health Care||Facts & Statistics|
What is the IHC Program?
The IHC Program is a medical assistance program funded by a 1/8th of one percent of County Gross Receipts Tax and administered by the Board of County Commissioners who sit as the Indigent Hospital and County Health Care Board.
The claimant must be a San Juan County resident for a minimum of 90 days (three months) immediately prior to date of service. Proof of residency is required.
Proof of income for 12 months immediately prior to date of service is required.
- Household of 1 $30,604
- Household of 2 $35,906
- Household of 3 $40,906
- Household of 4 $45,906
- Household of 5 $50,906
- Household of 6 or more $55,906 (max)
Proof of Liquid Assets/Resources is required.
- Household of 1 $10,000
- Household of 2 $20,000
- Household of 3 + $30,000 (max)
How do I apply?
Applications are available at all provider sites or you may download your application here. A personal interview is required as part of the application process. Contact your provider to schedule an appointment. If you received services from an out-of-county hospital, please apply at the IHC Program office directly.
|Indigent Healthcare Application|
Covered services include in-patient and out-patient hospital services, ambulance services, primary care, prescriptions, dental, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, out-patient mental health services, home health, and hospice services. Health care services that may be covered by the IHC Program must be provided by a participating hospital or non-profit facility approved by the Board and as defined in the Indigent Health Care Act, Section 27-5-4 NMSA 1978 Comp.
Please call (505) 334-4288 for a list of approved health care providers.
Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Indigent Health Care Program Office
7450 E. Main Street, Suite D
Farmington, NM 87402
FAX: (505) 325-0161
To apply at Presbyterian Medical Services/Farmington Community Health Center, contact the billing department – Phone (505) 327-9218