Insurance plans

Whenever possible, please check your health insurance coverage before you receive services from Cascade Medical. Your health plan's customer service or member representative has the most accurate information.

If you do not see your plan or product listed below, please contact your health insurer. If Cascade Medical is not in your health plan's network, you can still access our services but you may need to pay for all or a larger portion of your bill.

Cascade Medical will not refuse to provide care based on your ability to pay. If you have financial concerns, we invite you to speak with our Financial Counselor at 509-548-3436. Financial assistance may be available.

Please note that this information is subject to change and may not be reflected until the next update.

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • Ambetter
  • Amerigroup Medicaid
  • Asuris
  • Bankers Life
  • Benesight
  • Carpenters Trust
  • Cigna
  • Combined Insurance of America
  • Coordinated Care Medicaid
  • First Choice Health/EBMS
  • GEHA
  • Great West
  • Kaiser/Group Health (Must have a referral)
  • L & I
  • LifeWise/Premera
  • Medicare
    • Medicare Traditional
    • Health Alliance Medicare Advantage (Confluence)
  • Mega Life
  • Molina Medicaid
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • NASE
  • Northwest Laborers
  • Northwest Administrators
  • Physicians Mutual
  • Premera Blue Cross (including Premera Heritage)
  • Prudential
  • Regence (including Uniform Medical Plan)
  • Retail Clerks Welfare Trust (Sound Health & Wellness Trust)
  • TPA of Washington
  • United HealthCare

Provided and reviewed by: Cascade Medical Center – Business office | 10/2019

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Shopping for insurance?

We can help.

Our trained and certified navigators are available to help Upper Valley residents:

  • Compare plans side by side
  • Explain tax credits
  • Decipher the jargon and fine print
  • Determine eligibility for free or low-cost insurance programs, such as Apple Health or Medicaid.

No toll-free numbers. No fees. We offer free face-to-face help, close to home, with a real person.

Here’s what to expect:  Appointments usually take 45 minutes to an hour. A navigator will ask a few basic questions, including: Your anticipated medical care, your prescription needs and the price range you’re considering. Everything is confidential. By law, navigators must remain impartial. They cannot tell you what to buy, but they can give you the information you need to make that decision.

What to bring: Driver’s license, W-2 form or pay stub, identification number (social security or immigration information) for yourself and your dependants, current health insurance information

To book an appointment, call Cascade Medical at 548-5815.