How do I talk to someone at Georgia Medicaid?
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Who administers Medicaid in Georgia?
the Georgia Department of Community Health
Medicaid is administered by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) and pays medical bills with State and Federal tax money. What is Medicare? Medicare is an insurance program that pays medical bills for people who are over 65 years old or who have disabilities.
Does Georgia have Medicaid?
The Department of Community Health runs the Medicaid program in Georgia. Georgia Medicaid uses state and federal funding to give low-income children, families and disabled adults health insurance. People who participate in Medicaid can go to the doctor, use hospital and nursing facilities…
What are the benefits of Medicaid in Georgia?
Georgia Medicaid Benefits. Benefits include: ambulance; ambulatory surgical services, nurse anesthetists; diagnostic, screening and preventive services; dental; dialysis, durable medical equipment, family planning; early and periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment ( EPSDT ); health insurance premium purchase program; home health, hospice ,…
Where is the Medicaid office located?
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) headquarters is located in Woodlawn, Maryland, a suburb of western Baltimore County , MD, outside of Baltimore City .
What is the CCSP waiver for Georgia Medicaid recipients?
CCSP is a Medicaid waiver program that provides a range of community-based services to assist individuals who are older and/or have disabilities to achieve safe, self-reliant lives. Health Force of Georgia is a Georgia-approved, participating provider of at-home care services to adults eligible to receive the CCSP waiver.