When you’re considering your health care options this year, we hope you’ll consider staying in the UC family and select a plan that includes UC Davis Health.

We proudly offer patient-centered care at clinic locations close to home and work, including two in Davis, Midtown Sacramento, and on our Sacramento campus.

How to choose UC Davis Health

1. Choose a health plan that we accept

To choose us for your family’s everyday care, first select a health plan that includes UC Davis Health (we may also be listed as UC Davis Medical Group).

Monthly employee contribution rates for the UC Blue & Gold HMO and the UC Health Savings Plan PPO continue to remain among the lowest-priced options. Compared to Kaiser, UC Blue & Gold offers more benefits for the same price in terms of out-of-pocket maximum and ER visits.

  • UC Care PPO
  • UC Blue & Gold HMO
  • UC Health Savings Plan
  • CORE
  • UC Medicare PPO
  • UC Medicare PPO without Prescription Drug
  • UC Medicare Choice
  • UC High Option Supplement to Medicare

Important note: Because UC Davis is part of a special pilot program for the next several years, plan rates for UC Davis employees remain lower than those listed in some UCOP and UC-wide benefits materials and websites, such as the UCnet site and the Welcome to UC benefits packet mailed to you by the UC Office of the President.

If you are using a partner’s non-UC health plan, you can also find UC Davis Health’s main list of accepted health plans here.

Information as of fall 2020 and subject to change.

2. Choose UC Davis Health as your medical group

We may be listed as UC Davis Health or as UC Davis Medical Group in your plan materials.

3. Select your primary care doctor

Choose a preferred UC Davis Health doctor, and contact their office to confirm they are accepting new patients. Once you have chosen your doctor, you can schedule your new patient appointment for January 2022 using our convenient online open scheduling.

You can browse our providers at the link below, or call 800-2-UCDAVIS for assistance selecting a doctor accepting new patients.

Find your primary care provider