Health Plan ID Card

Everything you need is in your wallet.

Always carry your health plan ID card with you. Show it when you fill a prescription and check-in for your medical appointments.

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Card shown is an example Plan and copays may differ.


Type of plan you have.


Member ID and Group Number: Use these when you register for an online member center account, fill out patient forms or call with questions.


Copay: Amount you pay for a covered service (usually due at your appointment).


Plan deductible (in network and out-of-network): Amount you pay per individual or family for health care services before your health insurance kicks in.


Out-of-pocket maximums (in network and out-of-network): The most you could pay each year for covered health care expenses per individual or family.


Member Services: Call this number when you can’t find the answer to your benefit question online or need help finding or changing a doctor.


24/7 advice nurse: Call this number when you need self-care advice or help deciding where to go for care.


These are the benefits you have outside the plan’s service area.