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COVID-19: OHP covers testing, treatment and vaccines.
Have OHP and need a test for COVID-19? It’s covered. Need to stay in the hospital because of COVID-19? That’s covered, too. Learn more on OHP's COVID-19 page.
OHP provides Oregonians access to coordinated health care. It covers services such as:
To see what OHP covers, view the chart below.
Basic services including cleaning, fluoride varnish, fillings and extractions
Urgent or immediate treatment
Stainless steel crowns for molars (back teeth)
Other crowns for children under age 21 and pregnant adults.
Sealants, root canals on back teeth for children under age 21.
Inpatient and outpatient care
Services to correct vision for children under age 21 and pregnant adults
Glasses are covered for pregnant adults and adults who have a qualifying medical condition. These include aphakia , keratoconus, or after cataract surgery.
Covers emergency medical, emergency dental and emergency transport services.
Only covers Medicare premiums and copayments (except for Medicare Part D) and deductibles.
Visit the Apply for OHP page. You can find out more about the application process and where to find an application.
Ask your provider or coordinated care organization (CCO). You can also call OHP Client Services at 800-273-0557.
New services to support members coming out of substance use disorder residential treatment (May 2022)
Gender transition services coverage (June 2020)
Frequently asked questions
Rides to appointments
Rules about covered services
Words to know
Assistance services for food, cash, child care, and other needs
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