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Oregon Health Plan access to health care
Learn more about how OHP clients can access health care services. 
If you have questions not answered on this page, go to the Contact Us page and send your question to the appropriate contact, or contact the appropriate plan.


How do I get medical care?

If you are in an OHP coordinated care organization (CCOA or CCOB), call your CCO. If you are not in a CCOA or CCOB, call providers in your area and ask if they accept OHP (“open card”); or contact a local safety net clinic:

How do I get dental care?

If you are in an OHP dental care organization (DCO) or coordinated care organization (CCO - CCOA or CCOG), call your DCO/CCO. If you are not in a DCO/CCO, try these resources:

How do I get mental health care?
What plans work with OHP?

To find out about the plans in your area, go to the OHP Health and Dental Plans by County page.

How can OHP members find a health care provider?

Members in an OHP plan can call the plan to get a list of providers currently accepting new patients. Some plans have online provider directories.

Members not in a plan must call health care providers directly to find out if they accept OHP (Medicaid) patients.


Can members in an OHP plan seek services from a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or Rural Health Clinic (RHC)?

Yes, but only when the FQHC or RHC is part of their plan’s provider panel.

For members, what are the advantages of managed or coordinated care?
  • Access to a network of health care providers. If you’re not in a plan, you must call health care providers yourself to find a provider taking new Medicaid patients. 
  • Access to preventive services. Plans offer prevention programs (e.g., tobacco cessation), which may be easier to access than if you are not in a plan.
  • Increased Quality of Care. Plans have systems for improving the quality of care for all of its members.