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Amerigroup’s Medicaid insurance plan in Maryland

Proud to celebrate 20 years of helping Medicaid members stay healthy.

Stay informed about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Have questions about COVID-19 vaccines? Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center for more information.

COVID-19 Vaccination Reward

Amerigroup Community Care members, here’s your shot to get reward dollars that can be redeemed for a $100 gift card. Get your COVID vaccines and earn rewards!

COVID-19 Resources
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With Amerigroup, you get all of your HealthChoice (Medicaid) benefits, including:

 
Doctor visits

Doctor visits

Prescriptions

Prescriptions

Dental

Dental

Vision

Vision

Plus, we give our members extras to make living healthy a little easierOur 24-hour Nurse HelpLine gives you fast, free medical advice from a nurse or doctor 24/7, even on holidays. We also offer health education classes and Healthy Rewards.

Updates and reminders

On January 1, 2023, Amerigroup Community Care will begin operating as Wellpoint. There will be no change to your coverage as a result of the name change.

Until January 1, you’ll continue to use your ID card to access your benefits as you always have. On or before December 1, 2022, we will send you updated materials and share more information. Learn more here.

Get your free flu shot today!

Give your health the best shot this flu season.
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Need help? Let’s chat!

You can chat with a live person Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time, or send us a secure message anytime through your online account.

Download the Amerigroup mobile app!

Manage your health from your phone with the Amerigroup mobile app! Call a nurse anytime, day or night, at the press of a button to answer your health questions. View your ID card to make check-in easier at your doctor visit or to fill prescriptions. Search for a nearby doctor or hospital. It’s all at the tip of your fingers!

Download the app

You could qualify for a free cellphone with texts, data and calls

We work with SafeLink Wireless® to offer Amerigroup members this special federal Lifeline program! If you qualify, you can receive a free smartphone with unlimited texts and monthly data and minutes.

See if you qualify

New to Amerigroup?

As a new member, we know you have questions. We also know you are short on time. Learn the basics about your health plan in these short videos.

Learn about your benefits

Help with recovery

The CommonGround Recovery Library offers strategies and tools to help you start recovery and work through daily challenges. From behavioral health and addiction recovery to financial recovery, we have help for everyone who needs it.

Start recovering
 

Monkeypox vaccinations

The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has released the Maryland Statewide Human Monkeypox (MPX) Vaccination Pre-Registration System, enabling Marylanders to sign up to be notified when an MPX vaccine opportunity becomes available. The system continues state and local efforts to mitigate the spread of MPX and keep Marylanders safe.
 
Vaccination pre-registration is intended for Maryland residents who are either self-identified close contacts of a person with MPX or impacted community members with potential MPX exposures in the prior two weeks. Registrants who are determined eligible for the vaccine will receive an email invitation to make an appointment through their local health department. Residents can click here to reach the Maryland MPX Vaccination Pre-Registration System or visit health.maryland.gov/monkeypox

The JYNNEOS vaccine has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for protection against the MPX virus in people who have been exposed to MPX and people who are more likely to get MPX. Vaccination isn't recommended for the general public for the prevention of MPX. To date, Maryland has received 14,539 vials of the vaccine. As more of the vaccine becomes available, vaccination eligibility criteria may expand. 

People who have symptoms of MPX should contact their healthcare provider even if they don't think they've had contact with someone who has MPX. Those without a healthcare provider or health insurance can visit the MDH website to find a local health department.