Find care in a HealthPartners plan network
Choose the doctor, specialist or dentist who’s right for you.
HealthPartners insurance plans cover more than 1,000,000 doctors. But not every doctor is covered in every network.
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If you’re already a HealthPartners member, you can sign in to your HealthPartners account to see which doctors and services your plan covers. You can also find information about benefits, claims and much more.
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Not a member yet? Browse our networks
If you’re not a HealthPartners member but curious about our insurance plans, you can search our networks to see if your doctors, specialists and dentists are covered.
Just pick the option that describes you:
Most HealthPartners plans offer both in-network and out-of-network coverage. That means you can go to any doctor, clinic or hospital. You’ll pay a larger share of the cost when you choose care that is out of network.
Not all plans cover out-of-network care. Check your benefits to see what’s covered for you.
Most members don’t need a referral from their doctors. That means you can see any specialist in the network – from OB-GYNs to podiatrists, chiropractors and others. Check your plan documents to see how your plan works. If your plan doesn’t require a referral, just call the specialist to make an appointment.
Though you may not need to, it’s a good idea to talk with your primary care doctor about seeing a specialist. Your doctor might be able to help you choose the right specialist. They may also be able to help coordinate your care.
You can see a therapist, get a chemical dependency evaluation or receive other outpatient care from any clinic in your network.
If you or a family member needs urgent care during clinic hours, call your regular clinic. If your clinic is closed, you can call the 24/7 HealthPartners CareLine℠ service at 612-339-3663 or 800-551-0859.
A CareLine nurse can help you find nearby care – including urgent care clinics and retail clinics, which are open evenings and weekends. They can also provide advice on home treatment options and help you decide what kind of care you need.
If you or a family member has a medical emergency, getting help right away is the most important thing. Call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
When you get emergency care or get treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you are protected from surprise billing or balance billing.