Co-Pay and Other Assistance
Did you know that 4 out of 5 patients who requested assistance from Celgene Patient Support® received their medication?
If your patient cannot afford his/her medication, there are programs and foundations that may be able to assist them in paying for
their co-payments and out-of-pocket expenses. Your Celgene Patient Support® Specialist can assist you in identifying financial assistance
for your patients to ensure they get the Celgene medication you have prescribed.
Your dedicated Celgene Patient Support® Specialist will:
Celgene Free Medication Program (Patient Assistance Program or PAP)
If your patient is unable to pay for a Celgene medication that you have prescribed, they may be eligible for the Celgene free medication program.
The Celgene free medication program offers free medication to patients who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Celgene has contributed
nearly $550 million in free medication over the past 10 years.
Patients must meet financial criteria to be eligible for assistance. Eligibility is based on a patient's household income and assets, as
- Social Security
- Earnings from dividends
- Earnings from rental property
- Savings, checking, money market accounts
- Estimated market value of IRAs
- Estimated market value of stocks, mutual funds
- Estimated market value of bonds
(Assets do not include: household items, personal property, house, car)
Celgene Patient Support® will determine if your patient is eligible. Contact us at 1-800-931-8691. Your Celgene Patient Support® Specialist
may ask you and your patient to complete the Patient Assistance Application. Click here to access this form.
Your Celgene Patient Support® Specialist is a dedicated, central point of contact who will work with you to resolve access issues to
Celgene medications. Contact us at 1-800-931-8691 for assistance.
Need further assistance?
Contact us at 1-800-931-8691 or send us an e-mail.