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Health - Finding Care

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Health Care


Finding Health Care Providers

Finding Low-Cost or Free Health Insurance in NJ

Health Care Reform


Finding Health Care Providers


American Dental Association


Find a dentist according to your choice of location and specialty. The directory only includes dentists who are ADA members.


American Hospital Directory


A gateway to summary data for hospitals, with data from Medicare claims data, cost reports, and other public use files. Additional information, including hospital quality, is only available with paid subscription.


American Medical Association


Members' directory searchable by state and specialization. The directory only includes doctors who are AMA members.

Find Insurance Options


See which public, private and community programs meet your needs.


Find a Nurse-Midwife


A service of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, with directory information and advice.


Hospital Compare


Enables visitors locate general statistics, statistics specific to a certain type of medical condition, and surgical procedures, for hospitals.


New Jersey: Senior Services


State information for New Jersey's older adults, such as benefits for seniors, "find a flu shot," hospitals, and toll-free numbers. 


Pregnancy Centers Online


State-by-state listings of facilities that offer free pregnancy tests, counseling from an anti-abortion standpoint, medical and insurance referrals, and temporary shelter.


U.S. Hospital Finder


Search for hospitals in or near a given area. Results include contact information and a map.


Welcome to Abortion Clinics Online


"A directory service comprised of websites of over 400 providers of abortion services and other reproductive healthcare."




Find a doctor and make an appointment right at this site. Search by specialty, zip code, and insurance provider.  Includes patient reviews and comments.


Finding Low-Cost or Free Health Insurance in NJ


Centers for Medicare and Medicaid


Consumer support, health insurance market reforms, data, fact sheets, etc.


Charity Care - NJ Hospital Care Payment Assistance Program


Hospital care payment assistance is available to New Jersey residents who: have no health coverage or have coverage that pays only for part of the bill, are ineligible for any private or governmental sponsored coverage (such as Medicaid), and meet both the income and assets eligibility criteria.


Daily Med


Information about drugs, warnings, recalls, and more.


e-Health Insurance Affordable Care Act Resource Center


Get an overview of the Affordable Care Act (sometimes called ObamaCare), find out if your current coverage (if you have health insurance) needs to change, compare plans, etc.




The official U.S. Government site for people with Medicare.


NJ Medicaid


To be eligible for New Jersey Medicaid, a person must meet these general requirements: resident of New Jersey, U.S. Citizen or qualified alien (most immigrants who arrived after August 22, 1996 are barred from the program for five years), and meet specific standards for financial income and resources. In addition, a person must fall into one of the following categories: families with children up to age 18, people who are aged, blind or permanently disabled, pregnant women, or children.


NJ Family Care


NJ FamilyCare is a federal and state funded health insurance program created to help New Jersey's uninsured children and certain low-income parents and guardians to have affordable health coverage.


NJ State Health Insurance Assistance Program


Contact information for county offices.


WellCare of NJ


Medicare and Medicaid health care plans, including plans for families, children, the aged, and the blind and disabled. WellCare also operates prescription drug plans.



Health Care Reform


A toll-free number you can call to get your questions answered by a customer service representative, available 24/7: 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325). On calling, you'll be welcomed to the Health Insurance Marketplace and asked to give your state.


AARP Health Laws Answers


Answer a few questions about your gender, age, and current insurance situation, and AARP will tell how how the new health care law works for you and your loved ones.


AARP Health Law Fact Sheets


Information for specific populations (race/ethnicity, LGBTI, age, rural residents, poverty factors, etc.), provisions, information for businesses, and more.


e-Health Insurance Affordable Care Act Resource Center


Get an overview of the Affordable Care Act (sometimes called ObamaCare), find out if your current coverage (if you have health insurance) needs to change, compare plans, etc.


Health Care Reform (New York Times Topics)


News articles, an overview of the issue, and interactive features from the New York Times.


Health Insurance: MedlinePlus


Get an understanding of what the new programs will cover, and sign up for email updates. 


Henry J. Kaiser Foundation Health Care Reform pages


Excellent information about the requirements to buy health insurance, how much people in different circumstances should have,




Information about insurance options, contact information, news about the health reform law, and more. From the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. 


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