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Need Help with your Insurance?

2020 Obamacare (Affordable HealthCare) insurance signups available at D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital at no cost for the public.

BREWTON, AL - D. W. McMillan Memorial Hospital is again offering assistance to our community with insurance through the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA). Hospital officials announced Nikki Matheny, Certified Counselor, has been hired to help our community through the enrollment process of the website. Nikki is available to assist new enrollees explore their options and help navigate them through the signups, as well as those already enrolled.

"If you are currently enrolled in the ACA insurance, you will need to re-verify your personal and financial information with the marketplace in order to maintain your current policy if you have not already done so," stated Susan Jennings, Case Management Director. "Nikki can also provide an "Exemption Letter" for tax purposes for those who do not qualify for the insurance."

Anyone looking for insurance coverage or looking for more affordable insurance is encouraged to contact Mrs. Matheny. Those who have ObamaCare insurance are required to sign up each year. Affordable Care Act open enrollment is November 1 - December 15, 2019.

Nikki Matheny will be at D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital helping individuals with their insurance needs. D.W. McMillan's case management department can help you with scheduling an appointment with the counselor or discuss more about your health insurance options. To speak with them, please call 251-809-8206 or 251-809-8240.

About D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital
Governed by the Escambia County Healthcare Authority Board of Director, D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital that has been a part of the Brewton, Alabama, community for over fifty years. The hospital's facilities include an eight bed intensive care unit; a 24 hour emergency room; general medical, surgical and obstetrical services; and a women & infants unit. In addition, D.W McMillan offers programs and support to area citizens through health education.