If you know the provider's name, type it in the Name search box.
You must have the correct spelling.
If you don't know the provider's name, leave the Name search box blank.
To search for Providers by their Line of Business (LOB), you can choose Medicaid, Medicare, or All from the LOB drop-down menu.
County and/or City
You can choose either County or City when you search for a provider. If you cannot
find a provider in your city, use Any City in the drop-down menu, then choose from
the Any County drop-down menu.
Provider Type: Primary Care Physician
A PCP is your personal doctor. This is the provider you see for regular healthcare.
Some PCPs also have a specialty, like pediatrics (children's healthcare) or geriatrics
(senior healthcare). If you want to find a PCP with a specialty, use the Specialty
Provider Type: Specialists
A Specialist is your doctor for special types of healthcare, like cardiology (heart health)
or orthopedics (bones and joints). If you want to find a specialist, use the
Specialty drop-down menu.
Provider Type: Hospital
You can search for a hospital in your area. Use the Provider Type drop-down and choose hospital.
Provider Type: Ancillaries
An ancillary can provide vision care, hearing care, Durable Medical Equipment
(DME - things like diabetes supplies and oxygen) and other healthcare services.
Choose Ancillary, then use the Specialty drop-down menu.
Provider Type: Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
To search for a MIHP Provider, select MIHP from the Provider Type drop-down menu.