We have a new name — RIP Medical Debt is now Undue Medical Debt.
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While we would love to help everyone who needs assistance, we cannot abolish medical debt by individual request. We approach the problem of medical debt by acquiring large portfolios of debt to help thousands of people at once.

Because medical debt affects so many people who may not have debt accounts in the portfolios we are able to purchase, we have compiled a list of resources that may be able to help in ways we cannot.


This list is not all-inclusive and may cover a variety of issues not directly related to your circumstances. Take some time to discover the most appropriate channel for you.

Medical Bills
Government Resources

Undue Medical Debt is not affiliated with any of these companies or programs and is not responsible for the outcome of your experience with any of them.

Quick Tips

  1. Don’t pay with your credit card unless you have the money available.
  2. Ask for financial assistance, even if your hospital stay was a year ago
  3. When you apply for financial assistance, let them know about other large bills you have. Even if your income is good, you may not be able to pay.
  4. If you don’t get financial assistance, ask for a payment plan.
  5. Do you struggle with negotiation? Get a friend to do the call with you.
  6. No one returning your call? Contact the hospital Patient Representative.
  7. Don’t stop taking medications or going to the doctor.