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Getting Started

Well Sense Health Plan makes getting the care you need easy.

Take these 4 Simple Steps

And you’re set to see a doctor, fill a prescription or get emergency care.

  1. PICK A DOCTOR

    Choose a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant to be your primary care provider for all your routine care.

    Once you choose a primary care provider, call us or log in to your account to let us know who you picked.

  2. SEE IF YOUR MEDICATIONS ARE COVERED & WHAT THEY COST

    We cover thousands of medications. See if your medications are covered.

  3. SEE WHAT’S COVERED AND YOUR EXTRA BENEFITS

    Learn how to take full advantage of your plan benefits — including your extra benefits.

  4. PUT YOUR ID CARD IN YOUR WALLET

    You should have received an ID card in the mail. If you didn't receive your ID card, please call us. You can also log in to your account to order a new ID card. Remember to bring your ID card to all of your doctors' appointments and whenever you pick up prescriptions.

Good Practice

If you are not feeling well and your Primary Care Physician (PCP) is unable to see you, their office may have other doctors or nurses on call for these situations. This can be helpful in times that are not emergencies, but need attention before your PCP is available. You can also call our Nurse Advice Line (866-763-4829). Nurses are available around the clock to answer your health questions and possibly save you a trip to the hospital or emergency room.

Have Your Voice Heard!

Seniors doing a puzzle at a table

The state is trying to better understand the needs of older adults. They are looking for input from older adults to help guide the next State Plan on Aging.

Take a survey and provide feedback on the availability of resources in your community.

Attend a Listening Session to learn more about the resources available to you. Listening Sessions will be held at local senior and community centers.

Learn More

Safe Stations & Methadone Clinics

Safe Station Map

There are fire stations in Manchester and Nashua that act as Safe Stations for those struggling with substance use disorders. They offer a safe place to take the first step to a healthier life when you may not know where to start.

Find a Safe Station or Methadone Clinic