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Smith County Indigent Health Care

The Indigent Health Care and Treatment Act was passed by the Texas Legislature in 1985. This legislation made local governments responsible for the medical care to indigent persons who meet certain criteria.

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Smith County IHC
314 E. Houston Street
Tyler, Texas 75702


Phone: (903) 526-4405
Fax: (903) 535-9701


Eligibility:

Residency

Each county is responsible for their indigent. It is the responsibility of the client to prove residency in Smith County.

Household Composition This program was set up to cover single adults without dependent children, and couples without dependent children.
Income The countable monthly income cannot exceed the TANF payment , approximately 21% of the federal poverty level.
Resources Includes all assets or possessions, both liquid and non-liquid legally available to the household.
Application:
Complete an application Applications can be picked up from the Indigent Health Care Office and / or if client has been in the hospital, Trinity MFH, ETMC Tyler and UTHC can provide an application.
Complete an interview Appointments for eligibility are scheduled in the IHC office.
Contacts:
Lucy Aydelott SCIGC Supervisor email: laydelott@etmc.org
Pearl Moore Bill Payment Bookeeper email: pmoore@etmc.org
Glenda Smith Caseworker email: gsmith@etmc.org
Debra McKeever Caseworker email: TyMCKD@etmc.org
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