• Provider Network
  • Your relationship with the physician
  • Choosing the Primary Medical Group and the Primary Care Physician
  • What is a Preferred Providers Network?
  • May I switch to other physician while I am enrolled in the Government Health Plan?
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    Learn more about your relationship with the physician:

    What is a Primary Medical Group?
    A Primary Medical Group (PMG) is composed of several physicians who have joined to provide the services you need to keep you healthy. What was known as IPA, now it is known as PMG. Within this Group, there are physicians with different specialties which have been classified as PCPs, among which there are:

    • General Practitioners
    • Family Physicians
    • Pediatricians
    • Gynecologists/Obstetricians
    • Internists

    Besides these five categories of Primary Care Physicians, under the model of the GHP you will also have Specialists, sub-specialists, laboratories, X-rays facilities and Hospitals, among others, to form what we call the Preferred Providers Network of the PMG. You have the freedom to visit the physicians and providers that are part of the Preferred Network without the need of a Referral or Copayment.  

     

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