SharpCare Medical Group
Health Insurance Plans Accepted by SharpCare
We know that when you've found a doctor you trust, you want to keep it that way. So at SharpCare, we do our best to accept a wide range of insurance plans to allow you to keep your doctor, even if your insurance changes.
Many health plans have various product names that may not be listed below. To ensure you have access to SharpCare, please contact your health insurance provider directly.
HMO health plans accepted by SharpCare.
- AARP Medicare Complete Secure Horizons Essential HMO (UnitedHealthcare)
- AARP Medicare Complete Secure Horizons Premier HMO (UnitedHealthcare)
- AARP Medicare Complete Secure Horizons Value HMO (UnitedHealthcare)
- Anthem Blue
- Blue Shield of California
- Care 1st TotalDual Plan (HMO SNP)
- Health Net HMO
- Health Net Select POS
- Health Net Seniority Plus Group (retirees only)
- Sharp Health Plan HMO
- Sharp Secure Horizons Plan by United Healthcare HMO
- UnitedHealthcare HMO
- UnitedHealthcare Choice POS
PPO health plans accepted by SharpCare.
- Blue Shield
- ChoiceCare PPO (Humana)
- Health Net
- HealthSmart PPO
- MultiPlan PPO
- UHC (TriCare)
Find out more.
If you have further questions about health insurance plans accepted by SharpCare, please call us at 619-522-4000 or start a chat.
We'll help find the doctor who's right for you.
View SharpCare doctors in San Diego.
Dr. Corinne Ancona-Young
"I believe that I serve my patients most effectively by actively listening to their concerns about their health."
Dr. Joy Emmanuel-Cochrane
"The health of your family and employees is important to me, so I am dedicated to providing quality medical care."
Dr. Nicole Tremain
"I work with my patients to help them achieve the best current and future health possible."
Dr. Kim Ann Dang
"The Sharp Experience means having a team behind you to help champion your health."
Dr. Andrew Brown
"The Sharp Experience means that every patient will leave their appointment feeling like they understand what was discussed, what the plan of action is, and that they were an active participant in the decision-making process."