View a list of contracted insurance plans for Children’s Health℠ to determine if we are in-network with your insurance company (English | Spanish).
Please also contact your insurance company to verify if the doctor treating your child is in your plan's network. Even if Children’s Health is in-network for your child's insurance plan, the doctor(s) treating your child may not be. The majority of doctors who treat patients at Children's Health are not hospital employees. Many of our doctors are contracted with the same insurance plans as the hospital, but not in all cases.
Around the time of your child’s health care, you can expect to receive a letter from your insurance company about coordination of benefits (COB). Some families have two (or more) health insurance plans. The COB tells insurance companies how to split the cost of your health care. It’s important that you fill out a COB form from each insurer – even if you have only one insurance plan. This way, your insurer will know how much to pay for your child’s health care. Contact the member services number or website found on your insurance card(s) for more information.