COVID-19 Provider Financial Support and Resources
Carolina Complete Health, in partnership with NCMC and NCHCCA, understands that providers on the front line may be struggling. Please click here for support and resources.
Why Choose Carolina Complete Health
At Carolina Complete Health, we believe in the simple idea that every person deserves quality health care. We believe in healthy children, healthy families, and healthy communities. And we believe that a health insurance plan should be more than a card you carry in your wallet – a true partner with the people and communities we serve.
Carolina Complete Health’s Medicaid plans provide free coverage for low-income individuals, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Coverage includes doctor visits, hospitalization, maternity, immunizations, laboratory, preventive screenings, prescriptions, vision and hearing, mental health and wellness, nursing home care, medical equipment, and dental for children. Because we understand that many things impact a person’s whole health, we’ve extended our services to include transportation to doctor visits, assistance with education and job training, and support for food and housing needs.
Our mission is to improve the health of our communities, one person at a time.
North Carolina has resumed the implementation of Medicaid Managed Care, scheduled to launch July 1, 2021.
More information, including when and how to choose a health plan, will be shared in the future. Until Medicaid Managed Care begins in July, keep getting Medicaid and NC Health Choice care and services the way you do now
Beginning April 1, 2020, the Carolina Complete Health’s member support line is no longer in service due to the Managed Care suspension. If you have additional questions about the benefits offered by Carolina Complete Health please review the information provided on our website. For more information about the suspension, please visit Medicaid Managed Care Questions and Answers for Beneficiaries.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a new disease that causes respiratory illness in people and can spread from person to person. For more information, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus page or visit the CCH COVID-19 Information page.