Nevadans’ health and well-being are among my top priorities. If you are in need of health care assistance, my office may be able to help with issues related to Original Medicare (fee-for-service Medicare Part A and Part B), Medicare Advantage Part C, and Medicare Drug Coverage Part D. My office will do our best to help resolve matters involving claims payment, coordination of benefits, Medicare enrollment, coverage, and access to care. For more information on Medicare, you may contact Medicare directly by calling 1-800-633-4227 or visiting Medicare.gov.
Nevada Medicaid falls under the State of Nevada’s jurisdiction. If you have any challenges with Nevada Medicaid, please call the Customer Service Center at 877-638-3472 or visit your local Department of Health and Human Services Division of Welfare and Social Services office for assistance.
The Governor’s Office for Consumer Health Assistance (OCHA) focuses on providing information, counseling, education, and advocacy. This agency provides resources to consumers and injured workers, including those who may be uninsured and under-insured with access to health care and prescription medication assistance programs. They can also assist consumers with billing disputes between hospitals/providers and insurance plans. You may call them at 702-486-3587.
If you need to enroll onto an insurance plan, please contact the Silver State Health Exchange, which operates the online Marketplace known as Nevada Health Link, where eligible Nevada consumers can shop for, compare, and purchase affordable health insurance plans. You can also reach them at 1-800-547-2927 (TTY 711).
*Please note: only one congressional office may submit an inquiry on behalf of a constituent. If you are currently working with another congressional office, you should continue working directly with that office.