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Find health plans for New Jersey, along with information about insurance benefits, extra services and tips to help you live a healthier life.

The first step is to select a plan below. Click on the plan name to see more information. Then simply call to join.

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  • Call us at 1-800-701-0710 or let us call you   TTY: 1-800-701-0720
  • Monday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Get helpful guidance throughout your pregnancy.

When should you see the doctor? What can you expect at 3 months, 8 months and every step in between? What should you do to get ready for baby?

Follow us on Twitter to get helpful tips and links to resources for you and your baby. You do not have to be a member to follow us.

@UHCPregnantCare or Follow @UHCEmbarazada
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Give your smile the attention it deserves.

When you're pregnant, your smile needs extra care and attention. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan can help.

Explore our plans to learn more about our dental benefits, like dental exams and cleaning at no cost to you.

Dental

If you're a member, call the number on your ID card for more information.

If you're not a member, select a plan from the list on the left.

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Have questions about your pregnancy?.

As a member, you can call and talk to a skilled nurse anytime, day or night.

Call our NurseLine with questions about:

  • Signs of early labor.
  • Anything that worries you about your health or pregnancy.
  • When to head to the hospital.

Members, call 1-800-535-6714 (TTY: 711) for NurseLine or call 1-855-634-3571 to talk to a doctor. If you are not a member select a plan from the list on the left.

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You’re on a very important journey.

Here’s a little of what to expect in your pregnancy:

Months 1 to 3: As your body changes, you might feel nausea, mood swings, tiredness or heartburn.

Months 4 to 6: For most women, the nausea has passed. Your baby isn’t big enough to make you too uncomfortable.

Months 7 to 9: At this stage, your baby grows fastest. You might feel more tired and uncomfortable.

If you’re not a member, see select a plan from the list on the left.

Members: call the number on your ID card for help.

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Important times to see your doctor.

Make an appointment with an OB/GYN doctor:

  • When you find out you are pregnant, or 12 weeks at the latest.
  • Once a month from your first visit through your 6th month.
  • Once a week in your 9th month.
  • One week after you give birth if you have a c-section.
  • Between 4 and 6 weeks after you give birth.

Insurance covers these doctor visits and more.

Select a plan from the list on the left.

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We're looking out for you.

Your vision is an important part of your overall health. That's why UnitedHealthcare Community Plan provides plan options that include vision coverage.

Vision

If you're a member, call the number on your ID card to get help.

If you're not a member, select a plan from the list on the left.