About Your Member ID Card
When you enroll with Group Health, you and each member of your family covered under your plan will receive a member identification card.
What's On Your Card
At the top left, you'll find your name and:
- Member ID number. You'll be asked for this number when you make appointments, order prescriptions, call the Consulting Nurse Service, and register for personal online services on this website.
- Health plan name, also called your provider "network." Indicates which doctors and other providers are covered under your health plan.
At the lower left are numbers that help us process your pharmacy claims. In the lower right are logos for health care networks allowed by your plan.
Member Cards and Networks
Members with Options, Options PPO, and Alliant Plus plans may access the First Health Network for nationwide care. Group Health, Alliant Select, and Options Select members may access First Health for urgent and emergency care outside of Washington state.
First Health Network
Members with Options, Options PPO, and Alliant Plus may access regional care through First Choice Health. Alliant Select and Options Select members may access First Choice Health for urgent and emergency care outside of Washington state.
First Choice Health
Options, Options PPO, and Alliant Plus also may allow use of pharmacies in the MedImpact network.
See your coverage documents for details about your allowed networks.
Clear Care Medicare Advantage Cards
Members in Clear Care Medicare Advantage will have one of these cards.
Clear Care® HMO
Clear Care HMO with prescription drug coverage
Clear Care PPO
Reverse Side of All Cards
On the back of your ID card, you'll find helpful contact numbers for Customer Service and our Consulting Nurse Service, as well as a place to write your doctor's phone number.