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Receive the care you need from a provider you choose

Use our search tool below to find a plan provider close to home. You can search by name, specialty or location.

Search for many different types of providers, like:

  • Primary care providers (PCP)
  • Specialists
  • Hospitals
  • Labs (for blood tests)
  • Urgent care centers
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Need a printed provider directory?

To request a provider directory be mailed to you at no cost, please call the Customer Care Center at the number listed on the back of your member ID card.

Your primary care provider (PCP)

Your main doctor is called a primary care provider (PCP). You can choose your PCP from the many doctors who work with us. Each family member can have a different doctor, or you can choose one to take care of the whole family.

Your PCP is listed on your member ID card and in your online profile. You can change your PCP anytime.

Finding a plan provider near your home

When we contract with providers, we make every effort to meet guidelines set out by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). This could mean providers in your plan network are not in your ZIP code or near your home. See the “Alternate access standards” of ZIP codes where providers may not be available.

To make sure you have convenient access to care, if your ZIP code is on the list, we will ask DHCS to approve a provider outside of the plan network for you. Some providers do not accept Medi-Cal or cannot take on new members, but call the Customer Care Center toll free and we will help find a provider you can see near you. We will also arrange transportation for your visits.

You can view the DHCS guidelines at the “DHCS network adequacy standards” link below.


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