If you’re short hours or out-of-work, you may be able to extend your health coverage with Super Saver, self-payments, or COBRA. Learn more on our Coronavirus page .
For government insurance options like Medicare, Medicaid and the Marketplace/Exchange, visit uhh.org/govt .
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Disclaimer: Some providers may not participate in the plan network at all locations where they practice. (That means a doctor could be in-network at one location but not at another.) If you visit a provider not in your plan network, you may pay more money. Call the provider before your visit to make sure they are in-network and the service is covered.
Here’s a guide to help you figure out how to use the Provider Finder.
A family physician, internist, pediatrician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner.
Having a primary care provider (PCP) is a lot like having a great mechanic. They are the first ones you call—whether for routine service or bigger problems. They make sure all the doctors you see are working as a team. He or she knows you and makes sure you and your issues don’t fall through the cracks of an often-confusing system.
Find a PCP: HERE!
Call us if you need help figuring out what needs authorization or prior authorization: (800) 419-4373
Call us if you need help understanding these forms: (800) 419-4373