Vaccines and GSK Patient Assistance Program

This section provides information about the GSK Patient Assistance Program for patients who need financial assistance with a GSK vaccine. This program does not constitute health insurance.

As a reminder, eligibility for the GSK Patient Assistance Programs is based on a calendar year like Medicare. Therefore, your enrollment in GSK PAP will expire on December 31 and you will not be able to use GSK PAP to obtain your vaccine until you qualify for the program and re-enroll in the new year. To qualify for GSK PAP next year, you will need to meet eligibility requirements, including having met the out of pocket spend for your program on or after January 1, 2020.

Do I Qualify?

The GSK Patient Assistance Program

To qualify for the GSK Patient Assistance Program:

For a vaccine, you must:

  • Have no third party coverage for Vaccines OR be enrolled in a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan and have spent at least $600 on prescription medicines through your Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan during this calendar year
  • Be an adult, age 19 or older
  • Live in one of the 50 states, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico
  • Not be eligible for Puerto Rico's Government Health Plan Mi Salud or have applied and been denied
  • Have a household income within program eligibility criteria:
Maximum Monthly Gross Income
Household Size
48 states and D.C.
Puerto Rico
For each additional person, add
Calculate your monthly income limit if you have more than 4 people in your household
  • You must enroll in the GSK Patient Assistance Program through your healthcare provider, who will need to first register with the program. Your healthcare provider will submit your application
  • Assistance is available in Spanish and many other languages: 1‑866‑728‑4368
  • La asistencia está disponible en español y muchos otros idiomas: 1‑866‑728‑4368