State Medicaid Provider Directories
Qualification for Medicaid varies by state and is generally based on household income relative to Federal Poverty Level income guidelines.
If you thought you might qualify for Medicaid, but it turns out you make too much money, there is a good chance you may still qualify for income-based subsidies or cost-sharing reductions via Obamacare plans. Nationally, more than 80% of those shopping for health insurance via healthcare marketplace qualified for subsidies. But make sure you apply on-exchange; that is the only place you can receive subsidized health plans.
For assistance over the phone, you can call (888) 592-5448 to speak to a licensed healthcare professional toll-free.
Below is a list of links to Medicaid Provider Directories for each state. To find out if your doctors accept Medicaid patients, you can search for them here.