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Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and Travel Help

OHP Can Help Members Get to Their Covered Appointments. 

OHP pays for travel you need to get health care that OHP covers. This is called "non-emergent medical transportation" (NEMT). NEMT:

  • Can be travel to get health care services covered by OHP. Travel can be by taxi, bus or a local ride service.
  • Can also help pay for travel costs, such as gas, meals and lodging. 
  • Is only for members with OHP Plus (BMM, BMH, BMD) benefits.

OHP will only pay your travel costs if your ride service approves them before you go to your appointment or pharmacy.

To Get Help, Call Your Local Ride Service.

To find your local ride service, type your county name in the Search box below. You will see the ride services for local coordinated care organizations and open card (fee-for-service) members. You can also view OHA's map of local ride services.

  • Ride services are also known as "brokerages." They help OHP members get NEMT services.
  • If you need help, call your ride service before the day of your health care appointment or pharmacy visit.

Rides to Appointments

Help with Travel Costs

Member Rights and Responsibilities

Ambulance Services and After-hours Rides



Rules about covered services

Forms and guidelines for ride services (brokerages)

Member Resources

OHP contacts

OHP handbooks

Words to know

Need Help?

Ride service map

If you still need help after calling your local ride service:

Talk to your CCO

 Call 1-800-273-0557

  Email us