A TRUE RESOURCE FOR AN ELECTIVE SURGERY

Mail:

surgery@pbfusa.org

Call Us :

(832) 655-4141

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Our mission is to provide assistance in elective surgical procedures for those lacking insurance coverage to receive the proper care they deserve.

Become a Volunteer

Surgeons: We are always in need of all specialists to participate in our program together in order to serve a broader patient population.

The Patient Benefit Foundation need your support.

Patient Registration

The Patient Benefit Foundation (PBF) is governed by members of  board of directors that include physicians, volunteers, and healthcare frontline workers.

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Patient Benefit Foundation functions solely on generous donations of individuals and organizations. Our mission could not be accomplished without your help. Please make a donation today to change someone’s life tomorrow.

ABOUT PBF

Who we are:

We are group of individuals looking to change lives of those who are suffering from ailments but do not have a resource for or qualify to get an elective surgical procedure performed. The Patient Benefit Foundation (PBF) is volunteers in addition to help solidify the process and make a resource accessible to many in need. Day-to-day operations include identifying patients and coordination of surgery between physicians and hospital or facilities to make it seamless for folks needing help.

The volunteers and many board of directors have years of experience in patient care and understand not only from a financial perspective but also understand patient’s medical necessity. This allowed PBF to operate with minimal overhead, making funding available to more patients.

Donations

Helped many patients with under or uninsured status.

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Volunteers are available to help you.

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We work with lawmakers to create a positive local impact to accomplish our mission. Are you a patient in need of an elective surgery but can’t afford one.


We advocate for people without health insurance who are looking for surgical procedures. Sign up for our monthly blog updates to get the latest information about our work.

ADVOCACY

We work with lawmakers to create a positive local impact to accomplish our mission. Are you a patient in need of an elective surgery but can’t afford one.

We advocate for people without health insurance who are looking for surgical procedures. Sign up for our monthly blog updates to get the latest information about our work.

HOW WE HELP :

We provide patients with financial assistance for surgical procedures, who are classified as a candidate for “elective surgery”

We strive to provide coordination between patients, hospitals and surgeons to make a seamless transition for elective surgical procedures for those under or uninsured to receive the proper care and attention they deserve.

What is an elective surgery?

An elective procedure is one that is not planned and not an emergency surgical procedure. It is a usual scenario that patients aren’t covered in advance, even though they have insurance in most instances.

Often, people think of elective procedures as pertaining to cosmetic surgery, but instead it include procedures that are life-threatening if not addressed in a timely manner.

We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, While We’re Changing Lives of Many Deserving!

The Patient Benefit Foundation (PBF) is governed by the board of directors that includes physicians, lawyers, and business community leaders. Day-to-day operations related volunteer positions are assigned to individuals from the various fields especially healthcare organizations. These volunteers have years of experience in patient care and understand patient’s needs, not just from a financial perspective, but also from medical necessity standpoint.

FAQs !

Have A Questions?

All elective, or non-emergent, surgeries qualify.

The surgical fees for the medical facility and the cost of the anesthesia.

Donation Hotline:

(832) 655-4141