Choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP):
Your Primary Care Provider is called a PCP. Each member of the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan must pick a PCP.
If you are in your second or third trimester of pregnancy and you are getting covered prenatal services, you may continue to see your OB/GYN even if he/she is not in our network. Once you have picked a PCP, you should see him or her for all your medical needs. Your PCP will provide or coordinate all of your healthcare. If you need tests or treatments that your PCP cannot provide, your PCP will refer you for this care.
How to schedule an appointment:
Call your PCP to schedule an appointment. Give the office:
Click here to Search for a Provider
Clinical Practice Guidelines
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has practice guidelines that help providers make healthcare decisions. These guidelines come from nationally recognized sources. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan has practice guidelines for preventive health and other health conditions.
Preferred Diabetic Testing Supplies
90 Day Supply Drug List
Brand and/or generic may be excluded from coverage. Lower-cost options are available and covered. Please see the 90 Day Supply Drug List for more information.
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan QUEST Integration Program
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