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Find a Doctor, Hospital or Facility
Harvard Pilgrim is accepted by doctors and hospitals where you work and live.

Find a Dentist
Do you have dental coverage through the Harvard Pilgrim Pediatric Dental Rider or your Harvard Pilgrim medical benefit?

Find an Acupuncturist
If your medical plan includes coverage for acupuncture services, use this directory to find participating providers. (Note: The network for the medical benefit is different than the discount acupuncture network for Your Member Savings.)

Find lower-cost, independent or freestanding facilities. If employed by a NH-based company, and have an LP plan (check member ID card), use this list of LP participating providers.*

Behavioral Health
For more information about the behavioral health specialties listed in our provider directory, please contact the Behavioral Health Access Center at 1-888-777-4742.

Weight Loss Surgery Centers of Excellence (bariatric surgery)
See a list of providers meeting our quality criteria for weight loss (bariatric) surgery.

Participating laboratories
The following laboratory providers participate with the Harvard Pilgrim HMO and PPO plans in the states listed. For other Harvard Pilgrim plans please use Find a Doctor and select your plan. Lab locations can change frequently. Before you visit, please check Web sites to confirm the locations of their patient service centers in the states listed.
Quest Diagnostics (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)
LabCorp (CT, MA, NH, RI)

Provider Profiles
Find out more about your physician and learn about how we pay our doctors.

How to get care after hours
Either your doctor or a covering participating provider is available to direct your care 24-hours a day. Talk to your doctor to find out what arrangements are available for care after normal business hours. Some doctors may have covering physicians after hours and others may have extended office/clinic hours.

You can also go to a participating urgent care or convenience care center (like MinuteClinic). In a Medical Emergency, you should go to the nearest emergency facility or call 911 or other local emergency number.
Understand the differences between receiving care at urgent care centers, convenience care centers and the ER.


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PCPs
Primary Care Providers (PCPs)
– how to find one, how to access specialty care and how to change a PCP