Find a doctor
Use our provider directory to find providers, hospitals and more. If you want to change your PCP, use this tool to find the name of the new PCP you want. You can search for:
- Primary care providers (PCP)
- Mental health providers
Looking for a dentist?
We offer adult dental services as an extra benefit to members. Members age 21 and older can get dental care through DentaQuest. Adult dental care includes teeth cleaning and oral exam every six months and X-rays once a year.
Find a dentist in your area
You can call DentaQuest at 1-844-234-9835 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. or use their online "Find a Dentist" search.
Find a dentist on DentaQuest
Members younger than 21
Dental services for members younger than age 21 are covered through MCNA Dental.
For details on how and where to access dental services, visit MCNA Dental’s website or call 1-855-702-6262 (TTY 1-800-955-8771).
We offer adult vision care as an extra benefit to members. Adult vision care includes yearly eye exams, glasses (frames and lenses) each year, and $40 toward the cost of nonstandard glasses. Healthy Blue members younger than age 21 also receive routine vision services. Vision benefits for Healthy Blue are provided by Superior Vision.* You don’t need a referral for vision care.
Find a vision provider in your area
Visit the Superior Vision member website. On the website, enter your Healthy Blue member ID — this will help make sure you find a provider who works with Medicaid.
Need more help? Call Superior Vision at 1-800-787-3157 (TTY 1-800-735-2258) Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Find vision providers on Superior Vision
*You must see a Superior Vision provider to get this extra benefit.
Pharmacy and prescription drugs
Express Scripts provides your pharmacy benefit. When you need to fill your prescriptions, you must go to a pharmacy that works with Healthy Blue. Our pharmacy benefit covers a wide range of prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines.
Getting your prescriptions filled is easy!
Simply present the written prescription from your doctor to a pharmacy in our network. Or your doctor can send your prescription directly to the pharmacy you choose. When you pick up your medicine, you’ll need to show the pharmacy your Healthy Blue member ID card and your Medicaid ID card.
It’s good to use the same pharmacy each time. This way, your pharmacy will know all the medicines you are taking and can watch for problems that may occur. If you use a new pharmacy, you should tell the pharmacist about any medicines you’re taking.
Find a local pharmacy near you
Medicaid and LaCHIP members: 1-844-521-6941 (TTY 711)
Prior Authorization Helpdesk: 1-800-454-3730
Indian Health Care Providers
If you’re an Indian and eligible, you can get services from an Indian Health Care Provider (IHCP). This means:
- You can obtain services from an IHCP whether or not they’re in our plan.
- You can access out-of-state IHCPs.
- An out-of-network IHCP can refer you to a provider who is part of our plan.
- You may choose an IHCP as your primary care provider (PCP) if they’re able to provide PCP services.
- Indian – Any individual defined at 25 U.S.C. 1603(13), 1603(28), or 1679(a), or identified eligible as an Indian, under 42 CFR 136.12.
- Indian Health Care Provider (IHCP) – A health care program operated by the Indian Health Service (IHS), by an Indian Tribe, Tribal Organization or Urban Indian Organization (otherwise known as an I/T/U). These terms are defined in section 4 of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (25 U.S.C. 1603).
Indian Health Service/Tribal/Urban Indian Health Program (I/T/U) Pharmacies
Only Native Americans and Alaska Natives can use the Indian Health Service/Tribal/Urban Indian Health Program (I/T/U) Pharmacies in our plan. Other members may be able to go to these pharmacies under special circumstances like emergencies.
To learn more about these pharmacies, contact your service coordinator, the I/T/U pharmacy listed in your provider directory, or call Member Services at 1-855-878-1784 (TTY 711), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.