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Learn about Medicaid with Kaiser Permanente in Georgia

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Medicaid provides free or low-cost health care to low-income individuals and their families. In Georgia, Medicaid is comprised of two programs: Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids®, and is administered by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). Children 20 years old and younger who are eligible for Medicaid or PeachCare for Kids and enrolled with a Care Management Organization may choose to receive care from a participating Kaiser Permanente pediatrician in areas where Kaiser Permanente is available.



At Kaiser Permanente, you have a wide network of pediatricians to choose from. All of our available pediatricians accept Kaiser Permanente patients with Medicaid coverage.


Medicaid with Kaiser Permanente in Georgia provides a core set of health benefits, including doctor visits, and immunizations. If your child is eligible for Medicaid, Kaiser Permanente covers health services like:

Doctor office visits

Your child can get care from a pediatrician or nurse.

Well child check-ups

Your child’s regular check-ups to stay healthy are covered.

Immunizations

Your child’s shots and vaccines are covered.

Laboratory services

Your child’s lab tests and radiology services are covered.

Urgent
& Advanced care

We offer extended hours and same-day appointments at our Urgent Care locations. For more serious urgent care needs, access our 24/7 Advanced Care Centers.

Please note: Some services may require preauthorization. All services must be provided by a Kaiser Permanente doctor or medical staff.



Find out if you may qualify for Medicaid
See if you qualify

Questions about Medicaid with Kaiser Permanente?

Call the Kaiser Permanente Medicaid Assistance Center at
1-800-770-5205 (toll free) or 711 (TTY),
11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Español: 1-800-770-5214