A Federally Qualified Health Center is a community-based organization that receives government funding and must meet the highest standards of clinical care. A private, not-for-profit agency, we are governed by a board of directors whose composition includes patients of the health center.
We welcome patients of all age groups.
No, we accept insurance or charge patients a sliding scale fee based on their income. Patient fees are important to supporting the health center. However, no one is turned away due to their inability to pay.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and New Jersey Family Care as well as a number of private insurance plans. Please call to make sure we accept your plan. If you have health insurance, please bring your insurance card with you.
Patients without health insurance will be charged a sliding scale fee based on their ability to pay.
Yes, our benefit enrollment counselors can assist with enrollment in NJ Family Care (Medicaid) and qualified plans offered in the marketplace created through the Affordable Care Act.
Please notify us of any changes in your insurance status. If you lose your insurance, we may be able to help you find new insurance. Patients without insurance are charged a sliding scale fee based on their ability to pay.
In choosing Zufall as your medical home, you are encouraged to visit the same site and establish relationships with providers and staff. By getting to know you, we can provide better care and enhance your patient experience. However, you are free to visit any of our sites where your medical records are always available.
You will need:
- Verification of address
- Proof of income such as a pay stub, your income tax return, or a letter of employment. If you have no income or if you are temporarily living with another person, please bring a letter indicating the support this person is offering you or use Zufall’s Statement of Support form.
- Insurance card (if applicable)
- Method of payment (cash or credit card)
- Immunization records
Please call the site and cancel or reschedule your appointment as much in advance as possible so that we can schedule another patient for your assigned time.
First, you should check the label on your medication to see if you have any renewals left. If you do, you can call your pharmacy directly to order a refill. If you do not have any renewals left, you can call the health center to request that your provider authorize a renewal. If you are registered for the Patient Portal, you many request a renewal online by visiting the Patient Portal site. Some medications may require that you see your provider to receive a renewal.
The health center will call you to report your lab results as soon as they become available. Please be aware that some non-urgent test results may not be available for as many as two weeks. If you want to check on your test results, you may call the health center. If you are registered for the Patient Portal, you may view your report online by visiting the Patient Portal site.
Using the Patient Portal, you have easy and private access to your medical information online so you can view your personal health record whenever and wherever you have access to the Internet. You can also schedule appointments, request medication refills, and referrals, view lab results, and communicate with providers and staff.