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Phone:
505-923-5200 or 1-888-977-2333
TTY:
711 or 1-800-659-8331
Navajo Hotline:
505-923-5157 (in Albuquerque)
1-888-806-8793 (outside Albuquerque)
Email:
info@phs.org
Phone hours:
Monday through Saturday,
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Walk-in hours:
Monday through Friday,
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Address:
9521 San Mateo Blvd, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
PresRN:
505-923-5677 or 1-888-730-2300
New Mexico Crisis and Access Line:
1-855-662-7474

We have free interpreter services to answer any questions you may have about our health or drug plan. Just call us at 1-800-797-5343.

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Have you had a problem with your Medicaid coverage or suspect fraud?

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Apply for Centennial Care Medicaid

A list of things you need to apply for Centennial Care

  • Proof of your income
  • Proof that you are a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident (only the person applying needs to show this proof)
  • Proof that you live in New Mexico

You can apply for Centennial Care in these ways

Even if you don’t qualify for Medicaid, you may be able to get financial help to buy your own insurance coverage.

Visit bewellnm.com for more information

HOW THE APPLICATION PROCESS WORKS

The New Mexico Human Services Department will process your Centennial Care application. You will be asked to choose a health plan when you apply. Presbyterian Health Plan is proud to be part of New Mexico’s Centennial Care program.

You may change the health plan that provides your Centennial Care benefits during your first 90 days of enrollment. For example, if you chose Presbyterian as your health plan but weren’t assigned to us, you have a chance to make this change within 90 days of your enrollment.

For questions about the status of your application, please contact the New Mexico Medicaid Call Center at 1-888-997-2583.

Once your application has been approved, Presbyterian Health Plan will receive your information. You can then expect to receive an ID card and welcome packet in the mail. Then, a representative will contact you to help you fill out your health risk assessment to help us meet your healthcare needs.

Such services are funded in part with the State of New Mexico.​​​​​​

Last updated: 10/01/2014