Insurance

UH Parma Medical Center is an approved provider for all major managed care plans and accepts Medicaid and Medicare. What does that mean for you the health care consumer? It means that no matter what insurance plan you have, chances are, UH Parma Medical Center is a covered option for you.

Advantra

Aetna Health Inc.

Aetna Institute of Quality Orthopedic Care - Total Joint Replacement

American Community Mutual Insurance Company

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Anthem Medicare Advantage

Anthem Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac Care

Buckeye Community Health Plan

CareSource

CIGNA HealthCare

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Cardiac Pacemaker

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Colon Surgery

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Gall Bladder Removal, Laparoscopic

CIGNA Center of Excellence in General Cardiac Medical

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Hip Replacement

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Knee Replacement

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Pulmonology Medical

CIGNA Center of Excellence in Stroke

Cleveland Clinic Health System Employee Health Plan

Confinity

Emerald Health Network

First Health Network

Flora Midwest

HealthSmart

Humana

Integrated Health Plan Inc.

Interplan Health Group

Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Ohio

Medical Mutual

Molina Healthcare

MultiPlan, Inc.

Ohio Health Choice

Paramount

Preferred Provider Organization of Michigan (PPOM)

Private Healthcare Systems, Inc. (PHCS)

SummaCare, Inc.

UNICARE Life and Health Insurance Company

United Behavioral Health

UnitedHealth Premium Designation Program for Cardiac Care and Heart Rhythm Disorders

UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage Plans

UnitedHealthcare Commercial

Universal Health Care Group

USA Managed Care Organization

WellCare of Ohio

If you have any questions about what is covered by your benefits and which physicians are in your plan, please call your insurance company directly or contact your employer.

If you ever need to come to the Emergency Room, please bring your Provider Directory with you. It will save you time if you need to be referred for follow-up care.