Use this tool to search our network of health care providers for specialists, hospitals, laboratories, X-ray centers, eye doctors and more.
Remember, your primary care physician (PCP) is your 'medical home' and should be the first place you go for non-emergency medical care. Your PCP will make referrals to other health care providers for you if needed. Also, when visiting a specialist, be sure to identify yourself as a member and present your ID card.
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The document below tells you what a real emergency is and provides a list of many urgent care centers that you can use. Use these centers when you are sick or need medical care right away and your PCP is not available, but it's not a life-threatening situation. Urgent cares are usually open in the evenings and on weekends, so they are open almost any time you need them.
Emergency rooms (ERs) are for major injuries or sudden sicknesses that may be life threatening and need medical care right away. In an emergency, you should go right to an ER or call 911.
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