Pay My Bill

Breastlink offers patients the ability to pay their bill online through an affiliated website.

Pay Online

For Service Dates
Before Oct 1, 2015

Contact us between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:30 pm PST (Mon.-Fri.).

657.212.2222

For Service Dates
After Oct 1, 2015

Make a secured payment through our payment website or contact between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm PST (Mon.-Fri.).

866.492.8275

Patient Financial Assistance Programs

(not affiliated with Breastlink)*

  • Cancer Care Co-Payment Assistance Foundation

    Provides co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products to insured individuals who are covered by private insurance, employer-sponsored health plan or have Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage. Household income must be at or within 400% US Federal Poverty guidelines for people residing and receiving treatment in the United States or its territories. Must be US citizen or valid resident alien. Conditions covered:

    • Breast.
    • Lung Cancer.
    • Colorectal Cancer.
    • Pancreatic Cancer.

    1-866-55-COPAY | www.cancercarecopay.org

  • Chronic Disease Fund

    Co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products for patients with private insurance or Medicare part D.  Patients who utilize a participating pharmacy can have their out of pocket expenses remitted by the fund directly to the pharmacy.  Patients using non-participating pharmacies can submit receipts for reimbursement.  The following conditions covered are:

    • Breast Cancer.
    • Colon Cancer.
    • Multiple Myeloma.
    • Non-small Cell Lung Cancer.

    1-877-968-7233 | www.cdfund.org

  • Healthwell Foundation

    Addresses the needs of individuals who cannot afford their insurance co-payments, premiums, co-insurance, or other out-of-pocket health care costs. Offers assistance for the following specific conditions:

    • Breast Cancer.
    • Carcinoid tumors and related symptoms.
    • Chemotherapy Induced Anemia/Neutropenia.
    • Colorectal Cancer.
    •  Cutaneous T-Cell Lymhoma.
    • Head and Neck Cancers.
    • Hodgkin’s Disease.
    • Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
    • Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.
    • Wilms’ Tumor.

    1-800-675-8416 | www.healthwellfoundation.org

  • The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

    This program helps patients meet their health insurance or Medicare Plan B or D premiums or co-payment obligations. Household income must be at or within 500% above the US Federal Poverty guidelines for people residing in the Unidted States and Puerto Rico.  Offers assistance for the following conditions:

    • Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.
    • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia.
    • Lymphoma.
    • Multiple Myeloma.
    • Myelodysplastic Syndrome.

    1-877-557-2672 | www.LLS.org/copay.

  • American Cancer Society
    All Cancer DiagnosesAccess to referrals for financial assistance. Some local offices may provide transportation assistance, temporary housing , wigs or prescription assistance. 1-800-ACS-2345 | www.cancer.org.
  • Brain Tumor Society-BTS Cares

    For patients with Primary Brain Tumors only Grants up to $2000 a year for non medical related costs such as transportation, homecare, home adaptations and childcare.

    1-800-770-8287 | www.tbts.org

  • Cancer Care

    All Cancer Care DiagnosesLimited financial grants for transportation, homecare, childcare, and pain medications. Also, Linking Arms Program can provide grant for breast cancer patients to help with oral medications and lymphedema supply costs.

    1-800-813-HOPE (4673) | www.cancercare.org

  • Lymphoma Research Foundation

    Lymphomas Grants up to $250 for expenses that include: travel and transportation, temporary lodging, childcare and homecare, cosmetic devices such as wigs and hats, medical devices and hygiene products.

    1-800-500-9976 www.lymphoma.org

  • National Brain Tumor Foundation

    For patients with Primary or Metastatic Brain Tumorsages 18 or olderGrants up to $1000 for treatment-related expenses.

    1-800-934-2873 | [email protected]www.braintumor.org

  • National Marrow Donor Program

    For patients in need of a life saving bone marrow or cord blood cell transplant through the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP).  Funds available for unrelated donor search through the NMDP as well as out of pocket expenses following an unrelated donor or cord blood transplant through the NMDP, such as: lodging, food, transportation, co-pays and insurance premiums.Grant applications only accepted through qualified NMDP affiliated transplant center personnel.

    1-888-999-6743 | [email protected] www.marrow.org

  • Patient Advocate Foundation Colorectal Care Line

    Limited financial grant for Colorectal patients for transportation reimbursement, temporary lodging, childcare and food costs associated with out of town treatment.

    1-866-657-8634 | www.colorectalcareline.org

  • Sarcoma Alliance

    All Sarcoma diagnoses Suzanne R. Lieder Memorial Hand in Hand Assistance FundGrants up to $1000 to reimburse medical and other expenses directly related to getting a second opinion from a sarcoma specialist.

    415-381-7236 | www.sarcomaalliance.org