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Medical Care is Provided:
(Where you go to get health care)
doctor's offices, health centers, hospital based centers,
or Federally Qualified Health Centers.
(What are the choices for a personal doctor)
a doctor from the plan's network. If you have not
talked to Member Services, call to choose a personal
doctor right away.
(What to do to see a specialist)
personal doctor will give you a written referral to
see a specialist when needed.
(What to do to see an OB/GYN)
referral is needed to see an OB/GYN in the AMERIGROUP
network for annual well woman exams, pregnancy or
(What to do to see a dentist)
a dentist from the network. No referral is needed.
For Plan D, coverage is limited to preventive services
for children under 12.
Care and Glasses:
(What eye care services are provided)
referral is necessary for eye exam. Selected frames
and lenses are covered in full: once per year through
18 years and younger. A $100 allowance is given
towards contact lenses: once per year through 18 years
For Plan D, one pair of eyeglasses or contacts
covered in a 24 month period or as medically necessary.
Eye exams, including one routine eye exam per year.
(Who you should call first and where you should go
in case of an emergency. When are emergency room visits
possible, contact your personal doctor when an emergency
occurs. If life threatening, go to the nearest emergency
room. Follow-up care must be provided by the child's
(Other things the HMO offers)
over-the-counter drugs and vitamins, when prescribed
by a doctor. Nurse-On-Call 24 hours to answer questions.
(What pharmacies can be used)
may use any pharmacy in the Amerigroup network showing
the PCS symbol. Please contact Member
Services at 1-800-600-4441 to locate the pharmacy
(Customer helpline number)
Multi-lingual Member Services.