network doctor can keep your costs down.
hospital stay, you may receive services from hospital-based doctors, including:
every effort to contract with doctors that provide services at network
facilities. However, not all hospital-based doctors are in our network.
You may have
more out-of-pocket costs if you receive services from an out-of-network doctor.
To help keep your costs down, choose a hospital that has network doctors for
the services you need. Check the list below to help you choose a hospital. It
tells you the type of doctors that are in network for each hospital.
and doctors may have joined or left the network since we last updated this
online list. You can call us at the number on your member ID card to confirm
that the hospital and doctor you’ve chosen are in network.
may charge an access fee.
may require you to pay an access fee in order to receive services. This fee is
not a covered benefit. The list below includes doctors who charge this fee.
may also charge an access fee. We suggest that you check with the doctor before
stay at a network hospital, you may receive services from out-of-network
doctors or other health care providers. And your health plan may not cover all
or part of the fees for those services. The following list includes
hospitals that may have doctors or other health care providers who don’t belong
to the First Health Network.
may have joined or left the network since we last updated this online list. You
can call us at the number on your member ID card to confirm that the hospital
and doctor you’ve chosen are in network.