UK-HMO: Serving over 18,000 UK faculty, staff and family members.

***2018-19 Information***

2018-19 Preauthorization List - Effective 7-1-18

2018-19 Benefits Book

UK-HMO Participating Provider Directory

Current UK-HMO Newsletter - Spring 2019

UK-HMO Covered Acupuncture ICD10 List, Alphabetical (prior to 7-1-19)

UK-HMO Covered Acupuncture ICD10 List, Numerical (prior to 7-1-19)

***2019-20 Information***

2019-20 Preauthorization List - Effective 7-1-19

2019-20 Benefits Book

UK-HMO Covered Acupuncture ICD10 List, Alphabetical (Effective 7-1-19) - Updated 10-2-19

UK-HMO Covered Acupuncture ICD10 List, Numerical (Effective 7-1-19 - Updated 10-2-19

UK-HMO Participating Urgent Care Centers Within Lexington Service Area counties

GUIDE FOR SEARCHING FOR UK-HMO PROVIDERS:

How to Find UK-HMO Providers on Anthem's Website

Cardiac or Pulmonary Rehab Co-Pay Reimbursement Form

Obtaining a Breast pump on UK HealthCare Plan

 


 

    

  • IN THE NEWS.... IN THE NEWS Archives

    6-1-19  Walk-in clinic open at Turfland  UK HealthCare launched a new walk-in cllinic this summer to address urgent needs such as injuries, illnesses or medical issues that are not life-threstening but should be treated within 24 hours.  The clinic, staffed by board-certified advanced practice providers and located at UK HealthCare - Turfland, 2195 Harrodsburg Road, will provide:  Easy access; Same day treatment; Walk-in care without an appointment; Lab Services; On-site x-ray services; Splinting and casting.  Clinic hours:  Monday through Friday:  7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

    9-14-18 
     Change in Availability of Three Vaccines for UK-HMO Members  Beginning September 1st, UK-HMO members will be able to obtain the following three vaccines either through your primary care provider with your UK-HMO card or through the UK Pharmacy Benefit from the UK Pharmacy or a retail pharmacy out in town by presenting your pharmacy benefit card.  It doesn’t matter whether you receive these shots in the primary care providers office or through the pharmacy benefit, these will be provided at no cost to you but you must present your Express Scripts card to obtain these services at these pharmacies.:
    *Shingrix vaccine -
    for prevention of shingles (must be over 50 years of age to receive this).  This does require a series of 2 shots, the initial dose and then a 6-month follow-up shot.  There is currently a shortage of this vaccine, however, you may ask to be placed on a waiting list at one of the retail pharmacies to be given the injection when it is available.
    *Hepatitis A vaccine
    This vaccine is also a 2- dose series, the initial dose and the second should be given at least 6 months later.  Hepatitis A has been in the news a lot lately.  Check with your primary care provider to see if they recommend you receive a hepatitis A vaccine.
    *Flu vaccine - We are right there at Flu season, and it is always a good idea to get a flu vaccine to help prevent the flu.

    All other vaccines on the UK-HMO plan must be obtained through your primary care provider.

    If there are any questions about these immunizations, please contact the UK-HMO office at (859) 257-8251 or the UK Pharmacy Benefits Office at (859) 218-5979 or (855) 218-5979.