Medical Bill Assistance


Florida Medical Bill Assistance

Get the help you need from a source that you trust. You will find that nonprofit credit counseling organizations can help you with your medical bills, credit card bills and even with housing concerns. These

nonprofit credit counseling agencies serve most regions of Florida:

Medical billing advocates can sometimes discover overcharges or billing errors that can reduce your hospital bills. The following for-profit companies may be able to help:

  • Davie: Assent Medical Cost Management, Inc., Call 305-421-6673
  • Miami Beach: Administrative Solutions Plus, LLC, Call 305-672-1188
  • Miami Beach: Law Office of Michael Walrath, Call 786-497-1866
  • Naples:, Call 239-325-1880
  • Spring Hill: Versatile Medical Services, Call 352-688-0114
  • Tampa: AskMyAdvocate, Call 813-418-7000
  • West Palm Beach: Medical Billing Recovery Specialists, Call 561-372-9924

Additionally, you may want to familiarize yourself with free or reduced cost healthcare clinics in Florida. You can get a break on many future medical bills if you qualify for free or reduced cost services as a lower income Florida resident. Consider these free or reduced cost clinics in Florida:

  • The Clearwater Free Clinic can help when you are uninsured and cannot afford your own health insurance. Call (727) 447-3041 from Clearwater and surrounding areas.
  • Healthcare is available on a sliding scale fee basis through Bond Community Health Center in Tallahassee. Call (850) 576-4073.
  • Shepherd's Hope provides health centers in Apopka, Eatonville, Longwood, Ocoee, Orlando, Oviedo, Winter Garden and Winter Park. Call (407) 876-6699 if your family is considered low income.

When seeking assistance with your medical bills, it is important to make sure that you steer clear of debt settlement companies that charge high fees yet fail to deliver as promised. These companies are frequently based in Florida and rarely deliver as promised. Instead, the vast majority of their clients pay thousands of dollars in fees before dropping out of the plan. Many end up filing for bankruptcy.