Once you have chosen Community First Health Plans, your next choice is
to select who will provide the majority of health care services
to you and your qualified dependents. Your Primary Care Physician (PCP)
will be the one you call when you need medical advice, when you are sick, and
when you need preventive care such as immunizations.
Each Member may select his or her own PCP from the Community First Provider Directory.
Select a PCP who is a family or general practitioner, internist, or pediatrician.
Community First Health Plans will provide services in the following Texas counties:
Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina, and Wilson.
Please see Community Firsts Provider Directory for
a Service Area Map, a listing of zip codes included within the Service Area, and locations
for all health care delivery sites.
We are pleased to announce that OptiCare is the vision provider for Community First. Please visit their site for a list of providers and more information about their services.
Please note: CFHP has made every effort to provide accurate information about its products, services and provider networks. Because this information changes, you can verify information by calling our Member Services department.
Some CFHP in-network facilities (hospitals, emergency clinics, outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgical centers, or other facility providing health care services) may have a facility-based physician or a facility-based health care practitioner, such as a radiologist, an anesthesiologist, a pathologist, an emergency department physician, or a neonatologist that is not included in the network. CFHP pays these providers under a fee schedule. These non-participating facility-based physicians and non-participating facility-based health care practitioners may balance bill the enrollee for amounts not paid by the enrollee’s health benefit plan (Texas Insurance Code §1456.001,003).