Switching Medicaid Plans is Your Choice
Were you switched to a different Medicaid plan that you didn’t choose? Are you on Medicaid and looking for a trusted insurance provider for your benefits? Or are you still waiting to get your new ID card from your new Medicaid plan?
Don’t worry, you’re still in charge. You can choose your Medicaid plan for yourself and your family.
You can also choose Virginia Premier by enrolling online on the Virginia Managed Care website.
Visit https://www.virginiamanagedcare.com/enroll and click “Get Started”
Enter your date of birth, your Medicaid ID or Social Security Number
Under Enrollment Wizard, Select Members
Verify your current Enrollment Status and Plan
Select Find Plan
Click the “Select Plan” button next to the Virginia Premier option
Call the Virginia Managed Care HelpLine at
and tell them you want to switch to Virginia Premier. Have your Medicaid ID number or Social Security Number ready.
The HelpLine is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. Translation services are available.
For over 20 years, Virginia Premier has provided Medicaid coverage to individuals and families throughout Virginia. Our benefits cover doctor visits, pregnancy care, hospital stays, emergency care services, medications prescribed by your doctor, transportation, vision and dental care and more. Learn more about Medicaid coverage with Virginia Premier.
Why Choose Virginia Premier?
Top Provider Network
We have a wide selection of doctors, hospitals and other health care options available across Virginia. You can search online to find one near you.
You’ll have a care coordinator available to help you set up appointments and transportation and to make sure your benefits are working for your well-being.
A Transport Fleet
Our own fleet of cars and vans is ready to take you to and from your doctor appointments. All you need to do is call ahead of time to set up a ride.
Neighborhood Health Center
In Roanoke, our Neighborhood Health Center has its own staff of doctors and nurses ready to serve our members. It’s just one way we make health care accessible.