The Novartis Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. is committed to providing access to our medicines for those most in need. If you are experiencing financial hardship and have limited or no prescription coverage for your medicines, you may be eligible to receive your Novartis medicines at no cost.
To be eligible, you must:
Be a US resident
Meet the income requirements
Have limited or no prescription coverage
Patient Assistance Program:
To provide you with the best possible customer service, we recommend that you or your physician call our hotline. You will be asked a few qualifying questions to determine your eligibility for the program, and if found eligible you will be provided with a temporary supply of medication while you fill out the patient assistance program application.
Please be advised that access to the medicines distributed through the Novartis Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. is free of charge to all eligible patients. Novartis is not affiliated with any individual or organization that may charge patients a fee(s) to assist them in completing applications for our program. These individuals or organizations are acting independently of the Novartis Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. and its affiliates and do not have Novartis' consent.
New Enrollment: To enroll in the Novartis PAP program select a product from the list below and follow the instructions provided:
Novartis Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. (NPAF) Enrollment Process
CALL 1-800-277-2254: You, your caregiver/family member or your physician can call the NPAF Monday through Friday, 9:00AM-6:00PM ET to begin the process or learn more about the program.
COMLPETE THE APPLICATION
Download the application by clicking the link below or request an application by calling 1-800-277-2254
Patients need to complete page 2 and Health Care Professionals (HCP) page 3.
Note: A signature and date are required from both the patient and HCP
Note: Patients will need to provide income and insurance documentation (if applicable)
ELIGIBILITY PERIOD: Qualified individuals are eligible for up to one year of medication, or until a prescription drug benefit plan becomes available to you. Program eligibility is reviewed every year.