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My Health LA

My Health LA (MHLA) provides primary health care at no cost to eligible residents of Los Angeles County. MHLA is not insurance. MHLA is a health care program for the uninsured (and un-insurable) residents of Los Angeles.

For more information, click here.

Who can get it?

  • People who live in Los Angeles County
  • Age 19 and older
  • Individuals or families with incomes below a monthly limit
  • People that do not have health insurance and cannot get health insurance

How much does it cost?

  • Primary health care under My Health LA is free.
  • There is no cost to apply for My Health LA.

What is required?

  • You must live in Los Angeles County.
  • You must have an income at or below 138% of the federal poverty level. Click here to see if you meet this requirement.

What is covered?

  • Ongoing primary care and health screenings
  • Health information and advice
  • Specialty care at Los Angeles County, Department of Health Services (DHS) clinics
  • Hospital and emergency care at Los Angeles County, DHS hospitals. Click here for complete list.
  • Prescription medicines
  • Laboratory services and tests
  • Other related health care services

How do I enroll?

  • Visit or call one of the My Health LA Community Partner Clinics to find out if the clinic is accepting new patients. Click here for a complete listing.
  • Bring with you a photo ID, proof that you live in Los Angeles County, and something that shows your income like a pay stub or last year’s tax forms.

Where do I apply?

  • My Health LA partners with 193 clinics called Community Partners. To locate a Community Partner clinic near you, click here.