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Health Care Services of Central Health


Are you trying to find out if you are eligible for health coverage programs such as MAP, CHIP or Medicaid?
Click here, or call (512) 978-8130.

Central Health arranges for healthcare services for Travis County residents who are not eligible for other private or public insurance programs. To qualify for full benefits under the Medical Access Program (MAP), residents must be at or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Income Guideline (FPIG), unless elderly or disabled, who must be at or below 200% FPIG.

Although enrollment is presently open, this is a limited enrollment program which is not able to accept all eligible county residents due to funding constraints. 

Overview of the Medical Access Program (MAP)

Community residents at or below 200% FPIG who do not qualify for MAP full-benefit coverage may receive primary care services through our health care partners on a sliding fee scale program that determines cost for care based on annual income. Please visit the Health Care Partners page for a listing of community agencies providing these services. 


Hospital and Specialty Care Services are provided through referral after the enrollment process has occurred. Our partners in providing these services are:
University Medical Center Brackenridge
Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas
St. David's Medical Center


For CHIP/Medicaid information, click here


Other health care options for uninsured and underinsured individuals in Travis County can be accessed by clicking Other Options.


Call 512-978-8130 for assistance with any questions.

Visit for more information on eligibility requirements and to find out if you might be eligibile for coverage progarms.