Financing & Payment Plan Options

Paying For Your Wellness Retreat Or
Weight Loss Program At Hilton Head Health

Financing Information:

Prosper HealthCare Lending is the premier financing company in the healthcare industry. Prosper has facilitated more than $15 billion in loans to more than 910,000 people.

Here are some of the benefits you’ll receive with a loan from Prosper Healthcare Lending:

  • Immediate decisions for loans under $35,000
  • Longer terms for lower monthly payments
  • No collateral required
  • No prepayment penalties
  • Fast & easy loan inquiry process
  • 100% Confidential

Payment Plan:

Depending on your arrival date and the length of your stay, you have the option to pay weekly or monthly increments prior to your stay, so when you arrive, you will have no outstanding balance. *Please note that at the time of booking, you are still required to provide the initial deposit.

Will insurance cover my stay?

To see if a residential weight loss program is covered by your health insurance, you will need to check with your carrier. If you have a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA), then all or a portion could be qualified as a medical expense. Our program is not covered by Medicare or Medicaid.

IRS Tax Deduction

Tax Benefits For Weight Loss Programs As A Medical Expense

For some Guests, participation in our weight loss programs can be tax deductible. If your physician has recommended you lose weight to treat a specific weight-related disease (such as obesity, hypertension, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc.), you may be eligible to include certain portions of our program fees as a medical expense.

We strongly suggest you get documentation from your physician stating the above health recommendation. For more information, please speak with your tax consultant. Internal Revenue Service Publication 502 (2010)

*Even if your weight loss program is not tax deductible, the cost of medical care for individuals within a normal weight range are substantially less than obese patients (as cited in a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).