Florida Healthy Kids

Community Care Plan pays for covered services only when your child sees a network provider. Your child will have a PCP (Primary Care Provider) who will coordinate your child’s medical care. If your child needs to see a specialist (a doctor who focuses on one type of health condition or part of the body), your child’s PCP will provide a referral.

Emergency services are an exception to these rules. Your child may see any provider for emergency services and a referral is not needed.

What is a network provider?

A network provider is a doctor, other health care professional, hospital, other health care facility, pharmacy, or medical supply company that has a contract with Community Care Plan to see Florida Healthy Kids enrollees.

How do I know if my doctor is a network provider?

You may search for network providers in your area by name or provider type with our online provider directory:

CCP Provider Directory