Find a Doctor
Get the care you need
Use our search tool below to find a plan provider close to home. You can search by name, specialty or location.
If you want to change your PCP, you can do so anytime unless you’re in the Patient Review and Coordination (PRC) program. To change your PCP, either log in to your secure account or call us.
You can search for many different providers, like:
- Primary care provider (PCP)
- Behavioral health providers
- Substance use disorder providers
- Labs (to get blood tests)
To request a printed version of our provider directory, here anytime or call 1-800-600-4441 (TTY 711) Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time.
Ask Me 3® Program
When you talk with a doctor, nurse or pharmacist, ask these questions to better understand your health.
It’s not always easy to understand your health needs. The Ask Me 3® program can help. The program suggests three questions to ask your health care provider during your visit. They are:
- What is my main problem?
- What do I need to do?
- Why is it important for me to do this?
Asking these questions can help you get healthy and stay healthy!
We also have a helpful video on how to use these questions.
Ask Me 3® is a registered trademark licensed to the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF). Amerigroup Washington, Inc. is not affiliated with nor endorsed by NPSF.
Express Scripts provides your pharmacy benefits. Use the Express Scripts pharmacy search tool to find a pharmacy near you.
Member questions: 1-800-600-4441 (TTY 711)
Helpdesk (for pharmacies only): 1-844-367-6110Express Scripts Pharmacy Search
Your dental benefits are paid by the state (using your ProviderOne card). To learn more about these benefits, see the Health Care Authority (HCA) website.
Some of your vision benefits are paid by us and some are paid by the state (using your ProviderOne card). You can search for an eye doctor using our Find a Doctor tool. To learn more about these benefits, see the Health Care Authority (HCA) website.
You can get rides to and from nonemergency medical appointments. These benefits are paid by the state (using your ProviderOne card). To learn more about these benefits, see the Health Care Authority (HCA) website.