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You need to do these 2 things

As a new OneCare Connect member, you will get a “Welcome to OneCare Connect” package in the mail. Please open it right away and do these 2 things:

1. Read and keep your OneCare Connect member handbook

Your OneCare Connect member handbook has key information about OneCare Connect’s programs and services. Refer to your handbook to find out what we cover, how to change your health network, how to change your PCP and many other details.

2. Schedule your first health exam

Schedule the first health exam within 90 days (3 months) of joining OneCare Connect. We believe preventive care is the best way to keep you and your family healthy. That means seeing your doctor for the first time, even if you do not feel sick. Your doctor can find health issues early, before they turn into big problems.


What to do if you are planning on getting pregnant

Family planning services are covered by your health network or OneCare Connect. These include counseling, pregnancy testing, and birth control methods. Call OneCare Connect Customer Service department at the numbers below.

What to do if you are pregnant

You need to see your doctor as soon as you think you are pregnant to begin prenatal care. Ask your doctor about Perinatal Support Services. This is a program that gives you more information while you are pregnant and for two months after your baby is born.

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