Already Have an HMO? You Can Switch Now.
If you already have an HMO plan, you can switch to Hill Physicians right now with just one phone call. There’s no change in your cost or interruption in your insurance coverage.
Going Through Open Enrollment?
During enrollment, your employer or health plan will distribute a health benefits packet. Yours may include a paper enrollment form or instructions to use an online enrollment process. In both cases, you will need to indicate Hill Physicians as your medical group in order to have the advantages of Hill membership.
If You Enroll Using A Paper Form
If you use a paper enrollment form, simply write in “Hill Physicians” for medical group/IPA.
Then use our Directory to choose a primary care physician near you. Inside each doctor's listing, you will find the Enrollment ID you need.
If You Enroll Online
Use our physician directory to look for a new doctor or one that you already know.
Within each physician’s listing you will find a printable page with easy instruction on how to complete your online enrollment process.
We Will Help You Find A Doctor’s HMO ID
Health plans assign unique numbers to every medical group and every physician. These numbers indicate a medical group preference and your choice of a primary care doctor. You will probably need to use these numbers when enrolling with your HMO.
Our physician directory provides these numbers
When you search for a Primary Care Physician, just look inside the doctor's listing for enrollment information.
Available doctors, hospitals and services may vary based on type of coverage and your home or work location. Discuss hospital preferences with your primary care physician. The hospital names shown are for informational purposes and no endorsement is implied. In an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For more information on your benefits, co-pays, deductibles, out-of-pocket costs or other available facilities, consult your health plan. Value-added services are subject to change. All facility names, word marks and brands are the property of their respective trademark holders.