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Prenatal Financial Eligibility

Florida Department of Health in Osceola County

Prenatal Program - for Medicaid eligible clients

County Pay Program - for Osceola residents only, who are Medicaid ineligible

NOTE: The Health Department does not coordinate any Maternity delivery services


Prenatal Program

Along with proof of pregnancy confirmation, potential client would need to bring the following:

  • Valid ID with picture
    • Driver's license
    • OR valid Florida non-driver's ID
    • OR Student ID
    • OR military ID card
    • OR recent passport (a U.S. passport can also be used as proof of U.S. citizenship)
  • Proof of Address
    • No P.O. Box
    • Current electric bill or water bill
    • OR current telephone bill
    • OR current bank statement
    • OR current credit card statement
  • Proof of Income:
    • All household income within the last 30 days
    • Parents' income is also needed if the client is under 21 (If residing with parents)
    • If Paid Weekly - last 4 consecutive pay stubs
    • OR If Paid Bi-weekly - last 2 consecutive pay stubs
    • OR recent 1040 Tax Form - Schedule C (if self-employed)
    • OR unemployment documentation (if applicable)
    • AND Social Security income (if applicable)
    • AND Child Support (if applicable)
  • Birth Certificate (for US citizens) OR Permanent Resident Card (for legal residents)
  • Social Security Card


The Maternity Medicaid Application is available in the following languages:


County Pay Program

NOTE: Those who live outside of Osceola County are not eligible for this program, below is the link to Health Departments in the surrounding counties.

List of Sorrunding County Health Department



Along with proof of pregnancy confirmation, potential client would need to bring the following:

  • Proof of Osceola residency is required
    • Current electric bill or water bill
    • OR current telephone bill
    • OR current bank statement
    • OR current credit card statement
  • Deposit must be submitted, prior to contract agreement.
    • The deposit** ($300 or $400)
    • The monthly payments** ($100, $125 or $150)
    • The program's total** ($1,100, $1,200 or $1,300)


**Depending on the trimester the client enters the program

***Women with 33 weeks of gestation or more are not eligible for this program please call the call center for further information***

The County Pay Contract is available in the following languages:


Once the contract has been signed, Eligibility can conduct a PEPW Medicaid application (unless it has already been implemented during the current pregnancy). Please see PRENATAL PROGRAM for documentation requirements, along with the Medicaid application.