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Saint Vincent Hospital accepts most common health insurance plans, including those in the list below. As of July 1, 2007, Massachusetts Law requires residents 18 and older to have health insurance.

  • Aetna US Healthcare
  • Blue Cross (Commercial Medicare Advantage plans)
  • Beech Street
  • Beacon Health Strategies
  • BMC
  • CeltiCare
  • Cigna
  • Children's Medical Security Plan
  • CorVel Corporation
  • Division of Medical Assistance
  • EverCare
  • Fallon Community Health Plan (Commercial, Medicaid, and Medicare Advantage plans)
  • First Allmerica Financial Life Insurance
  • First Health
  • Great West
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Plan (Commercial Medicare Advantage plans)
  • Health Care Value Management
  • Health New England
  • Health Plan Ins.
  • HMC PPO, Inc.
  • Mass Health
  • MCC Behavioral
  • Metro West Rehab Corp. d/b/a Whittier Rehab.
  • Minuteman Health
  • MultiPlan
  • Medicare
  • National Health
  • National Provider Network
  • Neighborhood Health Plan
  • One Health Plan of Mass
  • Oxford Health Plans
  • Preferred Health Care LTD
  • Preferred Health Network, Inc.
  • Private Health Care Systems
  • Prudential
  • QTC Medical Group, Inc.
  • Saint Francis Home, Inc.
  • Senior Whole Health
  • Tufts Assoc. Health Plan (Commercial Medicare Advantage plans)
  • Tricare
  • UniCare
  • United Healthcare (Commercial Medicare Advantage plans)
  • USA Managed Care Organization, Inc.
  • United Payors & United Providers
  • Worcester County House of Correction

If you don’t have insurance or have questions about your insurance, please call our financial counseling department at (508) 363-6130. 

Our financial counselors can help:

  • Answer questions about your coverage
  • Explain your deductibles, coinsurance and other terms of payment
  • Help you apply for the new Commonwealth Connector Plans

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