How to obtain care after hours and get emergency care

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If you need care after hours or when your primary care physician (PCP) is not available, you should still call your PCP's office. PCPs make arrangements for 24-hour coverage so you can get the care you need even if they're not personally available. When you call, you'll be put in touch with your doctor or the on-call doctor.

Important note: If you are having a medical emergency, call 911, not your doctor! See your Member Handbook for information on emergency care.

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