Frequently Asked Questions
To contact Member Services, call 1-800-953-8854. We are open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm.
We will send you an ID card and a package of information within ten days of receiving your enrollment information. You should use your 11-digit Medical Assistance number (which is on the red and white card) to continue care until your Maryland Physicians Care ID card arrives.
Maryland Physicians Care members have no pharmacy copays. As a Maryland Physicians Care member, you will receive free prescriptions. We also cover several over-the-counter drugs. To find out which medications are covered, or for questions regarding your MPC Pharmacy benefits, please call the Member Services department at 1-800-953-8854.
No. Members may see their gynecologists for well-woman visits without a referral.
First, see your primary care provider (PCP). If your PCP determines you need to see a specialist, he or she will make the referral.
- Call Maryland Physicians Care Member Services at 1-800-953-8854. We will verify your name, mailing address, date of birth, phone number, and current doctor before issuing a new ID card.
- Access the My MPC Source secure portal to:
- Request a new ID card
- Use your virtual ID card
- Print your ID card.
Check out the My MPC Source secure portal page to login or register
Maryland Physicians Care provides members with other doctors’ names within their area or ZIP code. In most cases, this change will be effective the same day you tell Maryland Physicians Care that you want to change doctors.
You can also change your PCP using the secure portal. Check out the My MPC Source secure portal page to login or register.