Insurance

Insurance

Insurance Plans

Aetna
Affinity Health Plan
Anthem
Beech Street (Medichoice)
Blue Cross Blue Shield
CIGNA
Chesterfield Resources (Aetna Signature)
ConnectiCare
Consumer Health Network
CoreSource (Aetna Signature)
Coventry Health Care/First Health Network
Devon Health Services, Inc.
EmblemHealth-HIP
EmblemHealth-GHI
Empire BlueCross BlueShield
Fidelis
First Health Network
GHI
Great West Healthcare
Health Alliance Plan
HealthFirst
Healthplus Amerigroup
HealthSouth
HIP
Hospice of New York
Magellan Behavioral Health
MagnaCare
Multiplan
MVP
National Benefit Fund (Local 1199)
National Benefit Fund 1199 Homecare Workers (ED only)
Neighborhood Health Providers
Oxford
PacifiCare
Principal (Aetna Signature)
Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
Tufts Health Plan
United Healthcare
UMR--Aetna
UMR--United Healthcare
United Community Plan by United
VNS Choice Select
Vytra Healthcare
Wellcare 

The Brooklyn Hospital Center accepts a variety of private and public insurance plans. If you do not see your plan below, or if you have a question, please call our Patient Accounts/Billing Department at 718.250.8080.

Please note that some private physicians affiliated with The Brooklyn Hospital Center may not accept your insurance, even if listed here. Please verify insurance with your physician.

If you do not have insurance, you may eligible for assistance from the Financial Assistance Program, which can also be reached through the Patient Accounts/Billing Department.

Download the Financial Assistance Brochure.

Having trouble getting insurance because of a pre-exisiting medical condition?
The NY Bridge Plan is here!

In March 2010, Congress passed the health care reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The law created a temporary program until January 2014 that makes coverage available for individuals who have a pre-existing medical condition, have not had insurance for six months, and who are legal citizens or US residents.

This new program is called the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) and will be available throughout the country. In New York State, the PCIP plan is the NY Bridge Plan, administered by GHI, an EmblemHealth company.

PCIP plans will operate until the year 2014. At that time other provisions of health care reform will go into effect and state health benefit exchanges will be available for individuals to purchase coverage.

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