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Antelope Valley - Medical Insurance

At City of Hope Antelope Valley, we want to make sure you get the treatment and advice you need.
 
The following is a list of insurance companies and medical groups with which City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts. City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts for physician services rendered at City of Hope National Medical Center and in our community practice sites. Please note that although we strive to keep this information current, it is subject to change without notice. For questions related to your specific coverage at City of Hope Antelope Valley, please contact your insurance provider directly. You can find that phone number on your insurance card or in your benefits book.

If you wish to receive treatment at a City of Hope location or with a City of Hope physician but we do not currently contract with your insurance plan, contact your insurance company and ask about obtaining authorization to receive treatment here. Every medical situation - and every insurance plan - is different, and there is no guarantee that coverage can be secured. But it is reasonable to make this request, and to ask your insurance company to review the matter with City of Hope Medical Foundation directly. To learn more about insurance and financing, please  click here .
 

City of Hope Medical Foundation

Contracted Insurance Companies and Medical Groups
*Indicates insurance plans
 
Advantage Care IPA
*Aetna Healthcare BMT
*Aetna Healthcare HMO
*Aetna Healthcare PPO

Affiliated Health Funds PPO
Affiliated Doctors of Orange County
Affiliated Health Funds
All Care Medical Group
Allied Physicians IPA
Antelope Valley Medical Group
*Anthem Blue Cross EPO
*Anthem Blue Cross PPO
Applecare Medical Group
Axminster Medical Group, Inc.
Beaver Medical Group
*Beech Street PPO
Blue Distinction Center for Transplant BMT
*Blue Shield of California PPO
Bright Medical Associates
Bristol Park Medical Group
*Cigna Healthcare BMT
*Cigna Healthcare HMO
*Cigna Healthcare PPO

Coachella Valley Physicians of Prime Care
*Coventry Health PPO
*First Health Network PPO
HealthCare Partners
Healthsource Medical Group
*Health Net PPO
*Health Net EPO

Heritage Provider Network
Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group
High Desert Medical Group
Hispanic Physicians IPA
Inland Empire Health Plan
*Interlink Health Services BMT
*Interlink Health Services PPO

Kaiser Permanente BMT
LA Care Health Plan
*LifeTrac Transplant Network BMT
Memorial Care Medical Group
Monarch Healthcare Medical Group
Multiplan
Nuestra Familia Medical Group
*PacifiCare of California BMT
*PacifiCare of California PPO

Pegasus Medical Group
Physician Associates of Greater San Gabriel Valley
Physicians Healthways IPA
PrimeCare Medical Group
PrimeCare of Chino
PrimeCare of Citrus Valley
PrimeCare of Corona
PrimeCare of  Hemet Valley
PrimeCare of  Inland Valley
PrimeCare of Moreno Valley
PrimeCare of Redlands
PrimeCare of Riverside
PrimeCare of San Bernardino
PrimeCare of Sun City
PrimeCare of Temecula
Private Health Care Systems
Prospect Medical Group
Protocol Tertiary Networks BMT
Protocol Tertiary Networks PPO
Riverside Medical Clinic
Sierra Medical Group
Southern California Permanente Medical Group (Kaiser)
St. Joseph Hospital Affiliated Physicians
St. Joseph Health
St. Joseph Heritage Medical Group
St. Jude Heritage Medical Group
*Three Rivers Provider Network
*United HealthCare PPO
*United Resource Networks/Optum BMT
 

Medical Insurance

Antelope Valley - Medical Insurance

At City of Hope Antelope Valley, we want to make sure you get the treatment and advice you need.
 
The following is a list of insurance companies and medical groups with which City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts. City of Hope Medical Foundation contracts for physician services rendered at City of Hope National Medical Center and in our community practice sites. Please note that although we strive to keep this information current, it is subject to change without notice. For questions related to your specific coverage at City of Hope Antelope Valley, please contact your insurance provider directly. You can find that phone number on your insurance card or in your benefits book.

If you wish to receive treatment at a City of Hope location or with a City of Hope physician but we do not currently contract with your insurance plan, contact your insurance company and ask about obtaining authorization to receive treatment here. Every medical situation - and every insurance plan - is different, and there is no guarantee that coverage can be secured. But it is reasonable to make this request, and to ask your insurance company to review the matter with City of Hope Medical Foundation directly. To learn more about insurance and financing, please  click here .
 

City of Hope Medical Foundation

Contracted Insurance Companies and Medical Groups
*Indicates insurance plans
 
Advantage Care IPA
*Aetna Healthcare BMT
*Aetna Healthcare HMO
*Aetna Healthcare PPO

Affiliated Health Funds PPO
Affiliated Doctors of Orange County
Affiliated Health Funds
All Care Medical Group
Allied Physicians IPA
Antelope Valley Medical Group
*Anthem Blue Cross EPO
*Anthem Blue Cross PPO
Applecare Medical Group
Axminster Medical Group, Inc.
Beaver Medical Group
*Beech Street PPO
Blue Distinction Center for Transplant BMT
*Blue Shield of California PPO
Bright Medical Associates
Bristol Park Medical Group
*Cigna Healthcare BMT
*Cigna Healthcare HMO
*Cigna Healthcare PPO

Coachella Valley Physicians of Prime Care
*Coventry Health PPO
*First Health Network PPO
HealthCare Partners
Healthsource Medical Group
*Health Net PPO
*Health Net EPO

Heritage Provider Network
Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group
High Desert Medical Group
Hispanic Physicians IPA
Inland Empire Health Plan
*Interlink Health Services BMT
*Interlink Health Services PPO

Kaiser Permanente BMT
LA Care Health Plan
*LifeTrac Transplant Network BMT
Memorial Care Medical Group
Monarch Healthcare Medical Group
Multiplan
Nuestra Familia Medical Group
*PacifiCare of California BMT
*PacifiCare of California PPO

Pegasus Medical Group
Physician Associates of Greater San Gabriel Valley
Physicians Healthways IPA
PrimeCare Medical Group
PrimeCare of Chino
PrimeCare of Citrus Valley
PrimeCare of Corona
PrimeCare of  Hemet Valley
PrimeCare of  Inland Valley
PrimeCare of Moreno Valley
PrimeCare of Redlands
PrimeCare of Riverside
PrimeCare of San Bernardino
PrimeCare of Sun City
PrimeCare of Temecula
Private Health Care Systems
Prospect Medical Group
Protocol Tertiary Networks BMT
Protocol Tertiary Networks PPO
Riverside Medical Clinic
Sierra Medical Group
Southern California Permanente Medical Group (Kaiser)
St. Joseph Hospital Affiliated Physicians
St. Joseph Health
St. Joseph Heritage Medical Group
St. Jude Heritage Medical Group
*Three Rivers Provider Network
*United HealthCare PPO
*United Resource Networks/Optum BMT
 
City of Hope combines compassionate care with the best and most innovative science. Our 100+ acre campus is designed to meet the full range of needs of our patients and families. This guide is designed to help you take advantage of all that is offered at City of Hope - Duarte.
To make an appointment for yourself, a family member or a friend, please complete and submit our Become a Patient Request Form, or call City of Hope at
800-826-HOPE (4673).
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Patient Care Overview

The Sheri & Les Biller Patient and Family Resource Center embodies the heart and soul of City of Hope’s mission to care for the whole person.
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City of hope welcomes patient referrals from physicians throughout the world. City of Hope is located near northeast Los Angeles, in Duarte, California.

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