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Find health plans for Wisconsin, 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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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.

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

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Pregnant?

 

As a member, Healthy First Steps® will help guide you through your pregnancy. You get help:

  •     Choosing a doctor for your new baby.
  •     Getting care after your baby is born.
  •     Connecting with community resources.

Select a plan from the list on the left to learn more. If you are a member, please call Member Services at 1-800-504-9660 to get help.

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.

Follow @UHCPregnantCare

 

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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
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Earn points you can use for baby supplies.

As a member, you can earn rewards for going to doctor checkups to help you and your baby stay healthy.

You can use your rewards to get the supplies you need for you and your baby.

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

If you are a member, please call Member Services at 1-800-504-9660 to get help.

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.

Follow @UHCPregnantCare

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We'll help you get there.

Non-emergency transportation is offered through the State of Wisconsin and is not covered by UnitedHealthcare.

Call the UnitedHealthcare Customer Service Department at 1-800-504-9660 and say "transportation". You will be transferred directly to the state transportation vendor.

UnitedHealthcare provides ambulance service for emergency care. Non-emergency trips are covered when arranged by your provider.

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

 

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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.
 
If you are a member, please call Member Services at 1-800-504-9660 to get help.

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

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