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Thank you for choosing Salud for your health care needs. Our Enrollment Specialists can help you enroll in health coverage and answer any of your questions. We offer enrollment for a variety of programs, including Medicaid, Medicare, CHP+, and most private insurance plans.


To schedule your enrollment visit, please call (303) 697-2583.


To learn more about benefits you may qualify for, including health coverage, cash assistance, food and nutrition, utilities assistance programs, and more, please visit:

If you are here to enroll your child in a SaludSchools program (the School-Based Dental Program or Fort Morgan High School's health center), please click HERE

​Please remember that payment is due at time of service

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Dr. Fossil


This is a state-based online Marketplace that allows lawfully present Coloradans to shop for and compare private health insurance plans. You can apply for financial assistance to offset costs for monthly premiums, copays and deductibles for those who qualify. Monthly premiums vary by plan and by eligibility for financial assistance.


This is public health insurance for Coloradans who meet the income guidelines for Medicaid/ Health First Colorado but do not meet the lawful presence requirements. This program only covers life or limb threatening emergencies, medically necessary dialysis for those with kidney disease and the delivery of baby for pregnant women. 


Salud has a sliding-fee scale based on family size and income. Patients at or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Guideline (FPG) will pay a "nominal charge" based on broad service groupings. For patients between 101%-200% of FPG, Salud will continue to offer sliding-fee discounts that are well below our actual cost to deliver those services. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.


IMPORTANT: If you or your family members are enrolled in Medicaid or CHP+, please visit to check your Medicaid renewal date and to make sure your mailing address is correct. 

Medicaid is a public health insurance for Coloradans who qualify. You are eligible if you are a US citizen or have had a green card for 5 years or more, a pregnant woman, or a child who is lawfully present and your monthly household income is at or below: 

  •     Family size of 1: $1,436 (adult) $2,706  (children/pregnant women)

  •     Family size of 4: $2,961 (adult) $5,579   (children/pregnant women

No monthly premium, $0 copay for children/pregnant women, $2 copay for office visits for adults.

Fill out the online application here: 



This is a Medicaid public health insurance buy-in program for working Coloradans or children with qualifying health conditions who are over income for regular Medicaid/Health First Colorado. The monthly premium is based on income and the copays and benefits are the same as regular Medicaid/Health First Colorado.

Enroll by filling out the online application here:  ENGLISH or SPANISH



This is a group of programs Coloradans can apply for if they have Medicare. This program helps people with limited income and resources pay for some or all of their Medicare premiums and may also pay their Medicare deductibles and co-insurance.

This is public health insurance for "lawfully present" Coloradans age 19 and younger and pregnant women who are over income for Medicaid/Health First Colorado. There is no monthly premium, no copay for pregnant women, and the copay for children ranges from $0-$10. There is a one time annual enrollment fee.

Enroll by filling out the online application here:



This program allows Coloradans to purchase private health insurance regardless of documentation statusCustomers can shop for plans and submit applications during the open enrollment period: November 1st - January 15th. When applying for health coverage, information about immigration status will be used only to determine someone's eligibility for coverage and cannot be used for immigration enforcement. In order to apply, we recommend visiting the OmniSalud sites to find application assistance asap in ENGLISH and SPANISH. Full priced plans will be available throughout open enrollment and are not limited. A tele-enrollment visit with a Salud Enrollment Specialist can also be scheduled for application assistance, but the wait time is typically three weeks.


The State of Colorado passed SB17-65 Transparency in Direct-Pay Health Care Pricing. 


This law requires all healthcare providers and facilities to publish a list of cash pay prices (fees) for the 15 most common healthcare services provided. In the table below, you can see prices for the 15 most common services provided by Salud.

   Description                                                                        CPT code      $ Fee

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Under the “No Surprises Act”, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost.

By law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services. This law states:

  • You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.

  • If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill.

  • Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit or us at 303-MY-SALUD.

For a copy of Salud’s Good Faith estimates, please click HERE or ask for a copy at the front desk of any Salud clinic.

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