Find providers in our group plan networks

If you’d like to know if a specific doctor or dentist is in your HealthPartners group plan network – or you need to locate a nearby in-network clinic – you’re in the right place.

Search our medical networks

Have a dental plan with us? Search our dental networks to find a dentist or dental clinic near you.

Medical plan networks

Need help?

If you’re not sure which network to search, our team is ready to help.

  • If you’re a current member, call the Member Services number on the back of your HealthPartners member ID card. Don’t have your member ID card? Call 800-883-2177.
  • If you’re considering enrolling, call our Member Services team at 800-883-2177.
  • If you’re a group or organization, call your account representative or our group sales team at 800-298-4235.

With the HealthPartners mobile app, available for iOS and Android, we’re always by your side:

  • Find covered doctors and clinics nearby
  • Always have your member ID card in your pocket
  • Check your benefits, balances and claims anytime
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Additional information

When you get emergency care or get treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you are protected from surprise billing or balance billing.

In Minnesota:

  • In compliance with Minn. Stat. § 62Q.451, HealthPartners does not restrict the choice of an enrollee on most of our Minnesota health insurance plans as to where the enrollee receives services from a licensed health care provider related to the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of a rare disease or condition. Please note that the requirements of the statute do not apply to most self-insured plans. To confirm eligibility and application of appropriate benefits for covered services, please talk to your provider or contact Member Services.
  • In each of the Minnesota counties HealthPartners offers networks to individuals, families and small employer groups, we’re required to meet certain state standards for geographic access. Those networks may have waivers filed with the Minnesota Department of Health in areas where geographic standards have not been completely met for one or more specialties.