Covered California & UCLA Health

UCLA Health available at Covered California

Select UCLA Health through Covered California

You get access to all the same great UCLA doctors and hospitals the world looks to for leading-edge medicine. And now it's available in an affordable, quality healthcare plan that's all about U.

Coverage at UCLA through the health benefit exchange for 2015

There are three Covered California plans (On the Exchange) that provide full coverage for care from UCLA Health and our physicians.

UCLA doctor and patient
  • Anthem EPO/PPO (Pathway X Tiered / Pathway X PPO)
    Individual plans: Bronze EPO/PPO, Silver EPO/PPO, Gold EPO/PPO and Platinum EPO/PPO

  • Blue Shield EPO/PPO (effective 7/1/15)
    Individual and family plans: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum
    Small group plan: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum

How do I choose a health plan?

It can be overwhelming to find the right health plan for you and your family. Starting in 2014, all health insurance newly sold to individuals and small businesses must be classified as one of the four levels of coverage: Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum. In addition, a minimum-coverage plan will be available to those who are under 30 years old or can provide a certification that they are without affordable coverage or are experiencing hardship.

This system will make it easier for you to compare plans.

  • You can choose to pay a higher monthly premium for a Platinum or Gold plan
    so that when you need medical coverage you pay less.
  • Or you can choose to pay a lower monthly premium for a Silver or Bronze plan,
    but when you need medical coverage, you pay more.

It's up to you.

If you need help understanding the levels of coverage and making a choice that works for you and your family, visit Covered California online or contact them at 800-300-1506 (TTY: 888-889-4500).

How do I choose a UCLA Doctor?

All UCLA doctors participate in Covered California. You can use the Find a UCLA Physician link below to review your choices. We encourage every patient to have a primary care physician in addition to any specialty needs you may have.

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