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Print a Directory

To get the most up-to-date look at who's in your plan's provider network, use the search tool below. You can create and print a custom directory of your results. Just complete your search and choose "Create Directory."

If you're unable to use the online tool, you can view a PDF of all providers in the network. 

Provider Directories
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View greater Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota PDF directory »

Pharmacy Directory
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Nationwide Travel Coverage

Whether you're going on a trip or spending part of the year in another area of the country, you'll have access to in-network medical benefits while you're away for up to nine consecutive months at a time with your Extended Absence Options (EAO). If you're going to be gone more than 90 days, please call us to active your EAO.

Learn how your travel coverage works »

Hospital Based Clinics

Before making an appointment at your clinic, consider asking them whether they’re a “hospital-based clinic” (also called “provider-based status”). A hospital-based clinic is owned by a hospital and is considered part of the hospital, even if it’s not located on the main hospital campus. These clinics can be located in a hospital or facility, or be a stand-alone clinic. Medicare requires that hospital-based clinics bill their charges differently than other types of clinics. As a result, your costs could be higher if you receive care from a hospital-based clinic.

Skilled Nursing Facilities

If you are admitted to the hospital and then need skilled nursing facility care, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Before going to a skilled nursing facility, Medicare requires that you stay in the hospital as an inpatient for three consecutive days. Without a three-day inpatient stay, Medicare won’t cover your skilled care charges.
  • Sometimes when you go to the hospital, the hospital will put you on observation status before admitting you. This observation period doesn’t count toward the three-day stay that Medicare requires. Talk with your doctor to learn whether you’ve been admitted.
  • After you meet the three-day inpatient stay requirement, your skilled nursing facility charges are covered for up to 100 days each benefit period.

Learn more on the Medicare website »

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Stop SignYou must confirm with the provider's office that they are in your plan's network before your first and each subsequent appointment.



Medica is a Cost plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Medica depends on contract renewal.


Y0088_3849 CMS Approved
Last Updated: October 2014