Find a Doctor


Use our online search tool to search for the following
provider types:

  • Primary Care Provider (PCP)

    Primary Care Provider

    A family doctor who gives regular checkups, cares for you when you’re sick and refers you to other doctors.

    Amerigroup On Call/24-hour Nurse HelpLine

    1-866-864-2544 (TTY: 711) Fast, free advice from a nurse day or night, even on holidays. Help in more than 150 languages.

  • Specialist


    A doctor who only gives medical care for one area of the body and might do surgery, too.

  • Hospital


    A place where sick or hurt people get emergency care, have surgery or get nurse care for one day, or stay for more than a day.

  • Facility


    Any place you can get health care that isn’t a doctor’s office, like a hospital or clinic.

  • Behavioral Health

    Behavioral Health Provider

    People who understand and help with mental health or problems with drugs or alcohol.

    Substance Abuse

    Use of alcohol or drugs in ways that can hurt you or someone else.

  • Laboratory


    A place that looks at and tests samples from the body, like blood or cells.

Click below to find a:



A place where you get your prescription medicine.

Pharmacy benefits in Washington are provided through Express Scripts.

Express Scripts Pharmacy Search

Or call Customer Service

(Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time)

Washington Apple Health members:
(TTY: 711)

Helpdesk (pharmacies only):

Prior Authorization Helpdesk:



A doctor who cares for and fixes your teeth and gums, takes out teeth or gives you artificial teeth.

Dental benefits for Healthy Options members under age 21 are covered through fee-for-service Medicaid instead of Amerigroup Washington.

If you need help finding a dentist or have questions, call Medicaid Customer Service at 1-800-562-3022
(TTY 1-800-848-5429).

Vision Care

Vision Care

Care and treatment of the eyes.

An opthalmologist is a doctor who gives medical care for the eyes.

An optometrist tests for eye problems, give out glasses or contacts, or teach you things you can do to help your eyes get stronger. They do not do surgeries or prescribe drugs.

An optician makes, fits, and sells glasses or contact lenses prescribed by ophthalmologists or optometrists.

Vision benefits in Washington are provided through eyeQuest.

Healthy Options members receive routine eye exams and fitting services.

You do not need a referral for vision care.

You can call them at 1-855-230-4656 for help.

Good questions for your
good health:

Ask Me 3® Program

When you talk with a doctor, nurse or pharmacist, ask these questions to better understand your health.

It’s not always easy to understand your health needs. The Ask Me 3® program can help. The program suggests three questions to ask your health care provider during your visit. They are:

  1. What is my main problem?
  2. What do I need to do?
  3. Why is it important for me to do this?

Asking these questions can help you get healthy and stay healthy!

We also have a helpful video on how to use these questions.

Ask Me 3® is a registered trademark licensed to the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF). Amerigroup Washington, Inc. is not affiliated with nor endorsed by NPSF.

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