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Accepted Insurance

San Juan Regional Medical Center welcomes all patients and participates in many health plans. However, San Juan Regional Medical Center is not included in all plans that each health insurance company offers. Please contact your health insurance plan to verify that your care at San Juan Regional Medical Center will be covered.
If San Juan Regional Medical Center is not contracted with your insurance company, it does not mean that you cannot receive care. We will send a bill to your insurance company as a courtesy, but any amounts your insurance company does not pay are your responsibility.

Patients with PPO, POS or EPO plans are allowed to see healthcare providers and hospitals outside their preferred network, but may have higher out-of pocket costs. Patients with HMO plans may be restricted only to in-network providers. Going outside of the HMO network could forfeit coverage and place the entire financial burden on the patient.
Contact your insurance carrier to determine your individual coverage. Your insurance card will have a contact phone number. Below is a listing of the most commonly accepted health insurance plans and government programs in which San Juan Regional Medical Center is participating.

Patients should not consider this list a binding agreement or guarantee of coverage.

Commercial Health Insurance Plans 
  • Aetna
  • Amerigroup
  • BlueCross BlueShield
  • EBC (Employee Benefits Consultants)
  • Evercare/United Community Health  
  • Optum Health
  • Presbyterian Health Plan
  • United HealthCare
  • Web TPA
  • UFCW
  • Tall Tree/Cigna

Network Plans

  • Aetna Network
  • Arizona Foundation of Medical Care
  • Great West/Cigna
  • Health Payors Organization
  • Integrated Health Plan
  • Multiplan
  • SPN/Presbyterian Network
  • United HealthCare

Government Programs

  • Indian Health Services
  • Medicaid
  • New Mexico
  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Utah
  • Medicaid Salud Programs
  • Presbyterian
  • Molina
  • BlueCrossBlueShield
  • United HealthCare
  • Medicare – Standard Part A and Part B
  • Medicare Advantage
  • Presbyterian PPO (PPO only not HMO)
  • Humana
  • New Mexico Breast and Cervical Program
  • Workman’s Compensation

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