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Medical Assistance Program

Do you need health insurance?

* In person: Appointments are strongly encouraged. We will attempt to see you without an appointment Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 11:30 am and 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm. If you walk-in without an appointment we cannot guarantee you will be seen that day.
* You may apply online at www.marylandhealthconnection.gov
* You may call Maryland Health Connection at 1-855-642-8572 Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm.

Eligibility

Adults, Pregnant Women, Children up to the age of 19 may be eligible if they have a family income that is at or below:

If your household
size is this
Adults
Children (MHCP)
Children
(MHCP Premium)
Pregnant Women
1
$1,564
$2,391
$2,991
$3,648
N/A
2
$2,106
$3,220
$4,029
$4,914
$4,029
3
$2,650
$4,051
$5,069
$6,182
$5,069
4
$3,192
$4,880
$6,106
$7,448
$6,106
5
$3,734
$5,710
$7,144
$8,713
$7,144
6
$4,278
$6,541
$8,184
$9,982
$8,184
7
$4,820
$7,370
$9,222
$11,247
$9,222
8
$5,363
$8,199
$10,259
$12,513
$10,259
Each person add
$542
$829
$1,038
$1,265
$1,038
You pay
$0
$0
$61
$76
$0
(Effective February 1, 2022)
*Premium cost is per family/household each month

 

The following services are covered by Medicaid. If you have coverage through another program as well as Medicaid, Medicaid will pay after the other coverage has processed the claim.

Most people who qualify for Medicaid are enrolled in a Managed Care Organization (MCO). If you are not enrolled in an MCO, your Medicaid benefits are fee for service, so the doctor you see has to agree to submit his fee to Medicaid for payment.

  • Ambulance and wheelchair van services and emergency medical transportation
  • Ambulatory surgical center services
  • Clinic services
  • Dental services and dentures (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • Diabetes care services (covered under HealthChoice)
  • Early and periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EpSDT) services (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • Eye glasses (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • Family planning services and supplies
  • Hearing aids (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • Home and community-based services waiver services for targeted populations of developmentally disabled individuals, older adults, physically disabled adults, medically fragile children, children with autism spectrum disorder, and adults with traumatic brain injury
  • Home health agency services
  • Hospice care
  • Hospital inpatient and outpatient services (acute, chronic, psychiatric, rehabilitation, specialty)
  • Kidney dialysis services
  • Laboratory and X-ray services
  • Medical day care services
  • Medical equipment and supplies
  • Medicare premiums, copayments and deductibles
  • Mental health treatment, case management, and rehabilitation services
  • Nurse anesthetist, nurse midwife, and nurse practitioner services, nursing facility services (nursing homes)
  • Oxygen services and related respiratory equipment services
  • Personal care services
  • Pharmacy services (for beneficiaries not eligible for Medicare part D)
  • Physical therapy
  • Physician services (some dental surgery may be included)
  • Podiatry services
  • Private duty nursing (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • School-based health-related services (for beneficiaries under 21)
  • Statewide Evaluation and Planning Services (STEPS) through local health departments)
  • Substance use disorder treatment services
  • Targeted case management for HIV-infected individuals and other targeted populations
  • Transportation services to Medicaid covered services (through local health departments)
  • Vision care services (eye examination every two years)

> Apply for Health Choice

> View rules for citizenship and identify documentation

Administrative Care Coordination Unit (ACCU)

The Administrative Care Coordination Unit serves as a resource for Medicaid recipients who experience difficulties with accessing,navigating and/or utilizing health care services. Referrals to ACCU services are primarily through health care providers, Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and other social services workers. For more information, call 410-535-5400. D.C. metro area call 301-855-1353. Baltimore area call 410-269-1051.

ACCU Page

To contact the Calvert County Maryland Children's Health Program or ACCU, call:
410-535-5400 or 301-855-1353

ACCU - Text: 443-695-7880
MCHP - Text: 443-532-2722

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