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Patient Assistance


Service Information

​OKDHS does not administer any Patient Assistance programs, but information about them is provided here as a resource for individuals who are not eligible for Medicaid. These sites give information on public and private programs that offer discounted or free medicines or medical equipment. 

  • Med-Solutions - Assistance with many medications
  • NeedyMeds.com - Assistance with many medications 
  • PhRMA Patient Assistance Programs - Assistance with many medications
  • Rx Assist Patient Assistance Program Center - Assistance with many medications
  • RX for Oklahoma - Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Commerce to assist Oklahomans in finding and applying for the prescription assistance programs provided by pharmaceutical manufacturing companies.
  • Oklahoma RX Discount Card - Program provided by the Oklahoma Health Care Authority(OHCA) offering low cost (in some cases even free)memberships giving families  discounts on their prescriptions. 
  • Oklahoma Drug Card - Oklahoma residents can get discounts of up to 75 percent at 50,000 national, regional and independent pharmacies through this free program

Starkey Hearing Foundation - Hear Now program - Assists deaf and hard-of-hearing persons with limited financial resources who permanently reside within the United States.

​Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma Health Care Authority 
    •  The Oklahoma Health Care Authority is the state's Medicaid agency. They are responsible for administering the programs for State purchased health care.
  • RX for Oklahoma 
    • Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Commerce to assist Oklahomans in finding and applying for the prescription assistance programs provided by pharmaceutical manufacturing companies.

Federal

  • Medicare  
    • This is the official U. S. Government site for people with Medicare
  • Social Security Administration 
    • Visit the Social Security Dallas Region site to get more information about benefits 
  • CDC Immunization and Vaccinations Page  
    • Department of Health and Human Services site provides information about why you should vaccinate your child, safety issues, confrinting myths about vaccination and even print off a vaccination schedule based on your child's date of birth.

Other

Phone: (405) 521-3679
Fax:      (405) 521-4158


Sequoyah Memorial Office Building
2400 Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Mailing Address:
PO Box 25352
Oklahoma City, OK 73125


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