08022 Medicaid Office

Find 08022 Medicaid Offices. Medicaid Offices provide information on how to apply to the Medicaid insurance program and application eligibility/qualifications and income requirements, Medicaid providers (centers, doctors, and dentists), options and benefits.

Westampton New Jersey Medicaid Office 795 Woodlane Road Westampton NJ 08060 6.5 miles from 08022 609-261-1000

Camden New Jersey Medicaid Office 2 Riverside Drive Camden NJ 08103 24.0 miles from 08022 856-614-2870

Freehold New Jersey Medicaid Office 3499 U.s. 9 Freehold NJ 07728 25.7 miles from 08022 732-761-3600

Sewell New Jersey Medicaid Office 400 Holly Dell Drive Washington NJ 08080 30.8 miles from 08022 856-256-2100

Hammonton New Jersey Medicaid Office 852 South White Horse Pike Hammonton NJ 08037 31.0 miles from 08022 609-561-7569

Norristown Pennsylvania Medicaid Office 1000 Madison Avenue Audubon PA 19403 37.6 miles from 08022 610-631-5920

Brooklyn NY Medicaid Office 3050 West 21st Street Coney Island NY 11224 51.5 miles from 08022 718-333-3000

New Castle Delaware Medicaid Office 1901 North Dupont Highway New Castle DE 19720 52.7 miles from 08022 302-255-9500

Newark New Jersey Medicaid Office 153 Halsey Street Newark NJ 07102 54.1 miles from 08022 973-648-3700

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About Medicaid Offices

What health care services does Medicaid cover?

Certain Medicaid health benefits are mandatory under federal law. These include inpatient and outpatient hospital services, physician services, laboratory and x-ray services, and home health services. States have a degree of flexibility in defining which additional benefits will be covered by Medicaid. Depending on the state, benefits such as dental and vision care, prescription drugs, case management, and physical therapy may be covered.

Can pre-existing conditions disqualify someone from Medicaid or CHIP?

No. Medicaid and CHIP cannot refuse coverage or charge participants more as a result of pre-existing conditions.

Do I have to renew my Medicaid application each year?

Yes. To stay in the program, a new Medicaid application must be submitted each year. The application process should be easier after the first year because the Medicaid Office will already have much of your information on file.