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When it comes to physical health, our members are covered from birth onward. When you first start with CareOregon, we recommend you begin with a wellness visit. As soon as you can, call the primary care provider’s office on the front of your Member ID card. Let the clinic know you’re a new patient and CareOregon member, and that you’d like to schedule a wellness visit. Or, click here to find a provider.

Your physical health benefits include:

  • Doctor visits
  • Lab tests and X-rays
  • Family planning
  • Pregnancy care
  • Hospital stays
  • Hearing services
  • Durable medical equipment, such as a wheelchair or walker (learn more in our handout: English | Spanish | Arabic | Simplified Chinese | Traditional Chinese | Russian | Somali | Vietnamese)
  • Physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture and other alternative care for specific health conditions (with referral)
  • Prescription drugs

Your primary care provider (PCP) may be a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant. Click here to find a provider.

To make the most of your visit with your PCP, it’s a good idea to prepare. Bring a list of questions you may have. Also, bring a list of all the medications you’re currently taking.

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Learn about medical care from your primary care provider (PCP)

A primary care provider, often known as a PCP, is the person who knows your health best. Click on a link below to view our handout that helps you get to know your PCP and when to visit your PCP, urgent care, or the emergency room.


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Learn about choosing your providers

It’s important have a trusting relationship with all of your providers — including physical, dental and mental health providers. Click on a link below to view our handout that helps you choose your provider, build relationships with your providers, and switch providers when you need to.