What will happen during my Presumptive Eligibility appointment?
A family health coordinator will collect your personal documents, assist you in the completion of your application, and forward the paperwork to the appropriate county or CHP+ office. If you are being seen for a pregnancy PE appointment, you will meet with a registered nurse (RN) in addition to the family health coordinator. The RN will perform a pregnancy test (if needed), review your medical history, perform a prenatal assessment, and provide you with additional resources that may support you in your pregnancy.

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1. How do I know if I qualify for Medicaid, Children’s Health Plan Plus (CHP+), or Emergency Medicaid health insurance programs?
2. What if I’m not eligible for Medicaid or CHP+?
3. What is Presumptive Eligibility (PE)?
4. What are the differences between the public health insurance options (Medicaid, CHP+, and Emergency Medicaid)?
5. Do you have walk-in appointments available?
6. What will happen during my Presumptive Eligibility appointment?
7. What if I have concerns or questions about my Medicaid or CHP+?