Women's health

One of the best ways you can stay healthy is to schedule a yearly well-woman checkup.

Well-woman checkups are a covered benefit for our members. During this checkup, your provider will do a:

  • Cervical cancer screening (Pap test) to check for cervical cancer
  • Breast exam to check for breast cancer
  • Test to check for Chlamydia

You may not have any signs or symptoms of these problems. Getting a well-woman checkup each year can help catch problems early, before they become difficult to treat. A woman’s health can change quickly. That’s why it’s important to schedule a well-woman checkup each year.

You can call your primary care physician (PCP) to schedule a well-woman checkup, or you may call an OB/GYN. You do not need a referral. We have both male and female OB/GYNs available. Search online at Find a Provider.

Being active and eating well is also important to staying healthy. Read these tips on how to control your blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol.

Helpful web resources:

Your Pregnancy

We provide services to help women stay healthy at all times, especially during pregnancy.

If you are pregnant and a member, please call us to enroll in our maternity care program. Our program will help you stay healthy throughout your pregnancy and get the health care services you need.

Then, when your baby is born, call the Ohio Department of Medicaid as soon after birth as possible so that your baby can get an ID number for eligible benefits.

Questions? Call us toll-free at 1-855-364-0974 (TTY: 711).

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