Federal Poverty Guidelines

Federal Poverty Guidelines (PDF)

You may qualify for Financial Assistance based on your family size and income, even if you have health insurance. UW Medicine will provide Financial Assistance for full charges for any patient/guarantor whose gross family income is at or below 300% of the current federal poverty guidelines.

GROSS MONTHLY INCOME LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO
300% Federal Poverty Level Table
FAMILY SIZE
GROSS MONTHLY INCOME LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO
MONTHLY ANNUAL
1 $3,015 $36,180
2 $4,060 $48,720
3 $5,105 $61,260
4 $6,150 $73,800
5 $7,195 $86,340
6 $8,240 $98,880
7 $9,285 $111,420
8 $10,330 $123,960

For families over 8 people, add $1,045 to your monthly gross income for each person. For assistance, contact a UW Medicine representative noted on the Financial Assistance Application or Plain Language Summary.

A family size greater than one person refers to persons related by birth, marriage, or adoption who live together; all such related persons are considered members of one family. In addition, included family member(s) must be claimed as dependents on federal income taxes for the most recent filed return. Information to support inclusion of family members will be requested when completing the Financial Assistance application.

Effective: 3/1/2017