Enroll in Health Coverage
Need Health Insurance?
HealthCare Access Maryland can help you sign up for a Qualified Health Plan or Medicaid. In FY14, HCAM
- connected 6,380 Baltimore City children to health care.
- helped 4,974 families obtain Medical Assistance for Families.
- helped 573 applicants enroll in insurance programs through the Health Insurance Hotline.
- assisted more than 3,078 walk-in applicants.
- processed 27,766 Primary Adult Care (PAC) applications.
Get a Qualified Health Plan
- You can enroll in a Qualified Health Plan November 15, 2014, through February 15, 2015.
- Get HCAM’s Open Enrollment Calendar in English or Spanish
Who is eligible?
All legal residents in Maryland who do not have access to affordable health coverage through their employer are eligible to enroll in health insurance through Maryland Health Connection.
How do I enroll?
You can enroll in person, by phone, or online.
- Visit an HCAM office
- Baltimore City: 201 E. Baltimore St., 15th floor | Monday–Friday 8:30–4:30
- Baltimore County: 523 Main St., Reisterstown | Monday–Friday: 10–7; Saturday 9–4
- Anne Arundel County: 8159A Ritchie Highway, Pasadena | Monday–Friday 10–7; Saturday 9–4
Meet with a certified navigator or trained assister to get help completing the enrollment process. Navigators can help you explore plans and enroll in private health insurance or publicly funded programs. They can also help you learn about your eligibility for federal tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies. During open enrollment, our navigators and assisters will be at sites throughout Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Anne Arundel County. See our enrollment sites and events to learn where you can get in-person enrollment assistance.
Want to make an appointment? Call 877-223-5201.
- Call Maryland Health Connection Call Center: 1-855-642-8572 (TTY: 1-855-642-8573)
- Go online: marylandhealthconnection.gov.
What documents will I need to enroll?
When you are ready to sign up for health insurance, you will need the following information and documents:
- Social Security numbers for everyone in your family who will be covered by your health insurance (or documents for any legal immigrants who need insurance)
- Birth dates and general information about you and your family members who are applying for health coverage
- Employer and income information for everyone in your family (for example, pay stubs, W-2 wages, tax statements)
- Policy numbers for any current health insurance
- Information about any job-related health insurance available to your family
You may apply for Medicaid at any time.
- Looking for a navigator or assister to help you enroll in a Qualified Health Plan or Medicaid? Download an outreach calendar for Baltimore City, Baltimore County, or Anne Arundel County, or visit the Enrollment Sites area of our Web site.
- Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Qualified Health Plans.
- Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Medicaid.
- Download the Application Checklist.
- Download our Call Center flyer.
- Learn more about HCAM’s role in helping Marylander’s get health insurance.