ProviderSearch tips

Find a Provider

With ProviderSearch, you can find the most up-to-date listings of doctors, hospitals, urgent care centers, and other types of health care providers. You may choose from a list of providers within 30 miles of your home or work address. Here's how:

  1. Launch the ProviderSearch tool.
  2. Enter a location (street address, city, county, or state).
  3. Further narrow your search by Provider Name/ID/License Number or by Plan/Network.
  4. Select a type of provider (doctor, hospital, medical group, etc.) to get your results.
  5. Finally, you can choose Print Results to print your search results.

Log in to your Member Portal to get started

The provider network selections are:

FEHB Provider Network Choices
LocationCoverage levelEnrollment Plan CodesNetwork name
(select during Provider Search)
Northern CaliforniaHigh OptionLB1, LB2 and LB3Full HMO (FEHB Northern CA High Option)
Northern CaliforniaBasic OptionT41, T42 and T43SmartCare Network Large Group with walk-in-clinics (FEHB Northern CA Basic Option)
Southern CaliforniaHigh OptionLP1, LP2 and LP3ExcelCare Large Group with walk-in-clinics (FEHB Southern CA High Option)
Southern CaliforniaStandard OptionP64, P65, P66HMO – SmartCare Network Large Group with walk-in-clinics (FEHB Southern CA Standard Option)
Southern CaliforniaBasic OptionP61, P62, and P63Salud HMO y mas Large Group (FEHB Southern CA Basic Option)

TIP: All searches – You need choose a plan from the "Select Plan" drop-down menu of the ProviderSearch tool. Refer to "Step 1: Pick a Plan" in the "How to Enroll" section to find out which plan(s) are offered by your employer group.

Urgent Care Centers – The right choice?

You'll want to visit an urgent care center when your condition is serious but not life-threatening. With wait times in California emergency rooms averaging 164 minutes,1 urgent care centers (UCC) can save you time and money, and are staffed by physicians. They are also useful when you are out of your main service area.2 Use the ProviderSearch tool to find your nearest UCC.

If you feel that you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately or go to the nearest ER.

Not sure what to do? Call our Nurse Advice Line

Receive timely access to registered nurses for help with everyday health questions – 24/7. You can get help with a number of health issues, such as, how to care for minor injuries and illnesses and advising on seeking medical care. Just call the phone number on your member ID card.

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Get cost estimates

Log in to your Health Net member account to get estimates of your costs for medical procedures and services ahead of time. Compare these costs at different providers to make more informed choices.

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2 Refer to your Evidence of Coverage (EOC) document for benefit and coverage information pertaining to urgent care services.