What Insurance Plans does Cedar’s Sinai Accept?

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Medicare A & B & Medi Gap Plans Cedars Sinai


Traditional or original Medicare (Part A and/or B), including Medicare supplement insurance (Medigap) plans, you will have coverage for care from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Marina Del Rey Hospital and many of our doctors.


Medicare Advantage (Part C)  Cedars Sinai


Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage or a Medicare Health plan, is purchased from a private insurance company and typically organized like an HMO or PPO insurance plan.


Cedars-Sinai participates Plans Accepted   in the following Medicare #Advantage plans:

Cedars-Sinai participates in the following Medicare Advantage plans:

If you enroll in an HMO plan, you must choose a primary care doctor in either the Cedars-Sinai Medical Group or Cedars-Sinai Health Associates and be referred to specialists within these groups. These plans have options that include Part D Rx coverage.

We can help you enroll, no extra charge for our services.

Email us [email protected] to verify the plans or use the provider finders on our Blue Shield and Blue Cross pages and we can help you enroll, no additional charge.

With these plans, you must choose a primary care doctor in either the Cedars-Sinai Medical Group or Cedars-Sinai Health Associates, and will be referred to specialists within these groups.

Of course, with a Medi Gap plan, you can go to ANY MD or hospital that accepts medicare.  Double check here, by using the tool on your right.

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8 comments on “Cedar’s Sinai Insurance Plans Accepted

  1. I wanted to know if Cedars-Sinai Medical Group accepts Anthem Blue Cross.

    We have been with our pediatrician for some time and I’d like to continue with her, Dr. Kyle Monk.

  2. I just was informed that my Health Net insurance coverage issued by Los Angeles Unified School District will not enable me to continue with the Cedars Sinai Medical Associates that I’ve been covered under.

    Do you know if there is a way to continue this coverage using Anthem Blue Cross HMO or EPO with some type of supplemental insurance coverage that isn’t prohibitive cost wise?

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