If you or your child have Medicaid, we can help you in many ways. Some of the things Alabama Care Network Southeast can do are:
Need a doctor? We can set you up with a primary care doctor.
Need a ride? We can help you get a ride to doctors’ appointments.
Don’t understand your or your child’s sickness? We can explain your health conditions to you and the best ways you can take care of yourself.
Confused by your medicines? We can check your medicines to make sure you are taking the right drugs and know when and how to use them.
In the hospital? We can visit you in the hospital and help you know what to do when you get home. We can also make sure you meet with your doctor after your hospital stay. We will even visit you in your home after a hospital stay to make sure you’re ok.
Don’t know what to ask your doctor? We can meet you at your doctor’s office to help answer your questions about your or your child’s health.
Don’t forget your mental health. We can also help you get an appointment with a mental health provider or at a community mental health center if you need one.
If you would like to get this help (referral), either you or your doctor can ask for it. To learn more, go to our How to Get Our Help page.
You have the right to see any Alabama Medicaid primary care doctor no matter where the doctor is located. You can only get care coordination services in the county where you live.
Congratulations, Mom! We want a happy, healthy pregnancy and delivery for you and your baby. We are sure you have lots of questions—and we can help!
Do you need Medicaid? We can help you sign up for Medicaid during your pregnancy.
Who will deliver your baby? We can help you find the doctor or midwife of your choice to deliver your baby.
What care do you need while you’re pregnant? We can help teach you what you can do to help you and your baby stay healthy during your pregnancy.
Need a pediatrician? Baby will need a doctor, too. We can help you choose a doctor to care for your baby after he or she is born.
Having complications with your pregnancy? We can get you to the right doctors if you have complications or if you are at high risk for complications.
What do you do once baby is born? We can visit you in the hospital after your baby is born and before you go home to help you know what to do next.
Need other help? You may have other needs, too. Maybe you need housing, rides, or WIC. We can get you help with these needs in your community.
Ready to get started? If you would like to get this help (referral), either you or your doctor can ask for it. To learn more, go to our How to Get Our Help page.
You have the right to pick any Alabama Medicaid doctor who delivers babies no matter where the doctor is located. You can only get care coordination services in the county where you live.
Ready to take control of when you have children and how many children you have? Yes, we can help with that, too. You may be wondering:
When should I have my first baby or another baby? We can teach you about spacing your pregnancies to make sure you have healthy babies and you’re taken care of, too.
What birth control should I use? With so many options, it can be almost too much to choose. We can teach you about the different types and help you decide which is best for you.
What if I don’t have a doctor? We can help connect you to a nurse, doctor, or midwife and set your yearly family planning visit.
Don’t wait to get help if you need it. If you would like to get this help (referral), either you or your doctor can ask for it. To learn more, go to our How to Get Our Help page.
You have the right to go to any Alabama Medicaid doctor or clinic for birth control. You do not have to use your personal doctor for birth control or any family planning services. You do not have to get approval from your personal doctor to get birth control or family planning services.