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Find health plans for Ohio, 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 or icons to see more information. Then simply call to join.

Medicaid Plans

  • Call us at 1-800-895-2017 or let us call you   TTY: 711
  • Monday–Friday 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Already a member?

As a member of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, you may be able to register on our member-only website and easily:

  • Print out and replace lost ID cards.
  • Chat with a nurse online and get answers to your questions fast.

Do all this and more by registering here


Working together to help children and their families live healthier lives.

UnitedHealthcare supports 3 Sesame Workshop initiatives:

Sesame Street food for thought
Sesame Street A is for Asthma
Lead Away!

Encourage healthy eating and exercise.

Here are some tips:

  • Eat meals together. Serve fruits, vegetables, whole grain products, lean meats. Limit sodas and drink more water.
  • Help children stay active. Give them at least one hour of physical activity a day.
  • Limit screen time. Allow TV, video games and computer use no more than two hours a day.

As a member, you will get healthy tips throughout the year. Select a plan from the list on the left.


Have your health questions answered.

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

Call our NurseLine with questions about:

  • Your care or medications.
  • Symptoms or changes to your health.
  • If you should visit your doctor, urgent care or the emergency room.

To learn more, select a plan from the list on the left.

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