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Welcome to AllCare IPA

AllCare is a physician organization represented by over 1,000 private practice physicians in Merced, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus Counties. These physicians developed AllCare in 1989 to focus on prevention of illness and to promote a healthy lifestyle.

AllCare offers over 1,000 physicians in Stanislaus, San Joaquin, and Merced Counties who focus on improving the patient experience. AllCare is proud to care for the over tens of thousands of people in Stanislaus, San Joaquin, and Merced Counties who have selected a physician through AllCare’s network. In some cases, this may be the physician you’re already seeing. A complete list of our over 250 primary care physicians is available on this website by clicking the “Physicians” button at the top of this page.

Health Plans

Take a moment and view the broad selection of HMO Commercial and Medicare Advantage Health plans contracted with AllCare.

Commercial

We encourage you to contact your employer to determine if one of our health plans is available to you.

Medicare Advantage

You can choose the Medicare Advantage plan that best suits your health care needs.

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Find a Physician

AllCare offers an expansive list of Primary Care Physicians (PCP). AllCare would encourage you to build a close relationship with your PCP. Together you can make informed decisions managing your health and well-being. Your Primary Care Physician will direct your care to in-network providers through referrals.

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Medicare Advantage

Medicare Advantage Plans are offered by private health insurance companies, approved by the government, and cover the same Medicare benefits as Original Part A & Part B. Medicare Advantage plans may come with added benefits such as Silver Sneakers, fitness program, dental, hearing, and transportation.
Open enrollment for Medicare Advantage plans is yearly beginning October 15th through December 7th.

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Today is World Diabetes Day! Are you one of the many Americans struggling with learning how to live with diabetes? Read on for some four ways you can help manage your diabetes better.

1. Cope: Stress is a major factor in raising blood sugar. Learn to lower your stress by practicing deep breathing, gardening, meditating, working out or listening to music. Make sure to ask for help if you are sad! Any person who can help listen to your concerns will make coping much easier.
2. Eat well: Make a diabetes meal plan with your primary care physician. Make sure to choose foods that are low in calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, and salt. Eat fiber-rich foods and nutritious foods such as fruits, vegetables, and low-fat milk/cheese.
3. Be active: Set a goal to be active for at least three days of the week -- activity including walking, biking, swimming, etc will help to maintain your health.
4. Learn: Make sure you are asking your doctors about the prescriptions you are taking. Make sure to be educated about any side effects that may occur. Keep track of your blood sugar daily!
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Today is World Diabetes Day! Are you one of the many Americans struggling with learning how to live with diabetes? Read on for some four ways you can help manage your diabetes better.

1. Cope: Stress is a major factor in raising blood sugar. Learn to lower your stress by practicing deep breathing, gardening, meditating, working out or listening to music. Make sure to ask for help if you are sad! Any person who can help listen to your concerns will make coping much easier.
2. Eat well: Make a diabetes meal plan with your primary care physician. Make sure to choose foods that are low in calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, and salt. Eat fiber-rich foods and nutritious foods such as fruits, vegetables, and low-fat milk/cheese.
3. Be active: Set a goal to be active for at least three days of the week -- activity including walking, biking, swimming, etc will help to maintain your health.
4. Learn: Make sure you are asking your doctors about the prescriptions you are taking. Make sure to be educated about any side effects that may occur. Keep track of your blood sugar daily!
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