BCBSKS Logo circle-r-cross circle-r-shield reg-marks cross-outer cross-inner cross-inner-neg cross-mid-left-neg cross-upper-left-neg cross-mid-right-neg cross-upper-right-neg cross-lower-neg cross-inner-gap cross-mid-left-gap cross-upper-left-gap cross-mid-right-gap cross-upper-right-gap cross-lower-gap shield-outer shield-inner shield-outline-neg shield-inner-gap shield-stick-neg shield-stick-2-neg shield-stick-3-neg shield-stick-4-neg shield-stick-1-neg shield-snake-neg shield-snake-top-neg shield-snake-mid-neg shield-snake-bottom-neg shield-snake-tail-neg shield-snake-eye-gap kansas kansas-k kansas-a kansas-n kansas-s kansas-a kansas-s
Skip Navigation

Member Card
 
BlueAccess® Login / Pay Bill
 
BlueAccess® Login / Pay Bill

Find a Doctor/Hospital

It's easy to find care


Find doctors, pharmacies and hospitals participating in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas network.

Find the health care you need

section divider

Take control of your health care costs. Search for quality, in-network providers using our Find a Doctor/Hospital tool. Find and compare providers and get cost estimates for more than 1,400 common medical procedures.

Find care and estimate your cost in three easy steps

Search results close to you, refine search, compare costs.

Find a doctor/hospital

Refine your search by location, specialty and more.

Primary doctor/hospital search

Search for an in-network doctor, hospital or health care provider.

Learn more

Kansas dental network

Search for an in-network dentist or dental specialist within Kansas.

Learn more

National dental network

Search outside our service area for dentists covered by our BCBSKS network.

Learn more

Pharmacy finder

Find a participating pharmacy located near you by using Prime, our pharmacy benefit manager.

Learn more

Medicare supplement (Plan 65)

Learn how to choose a doctor or hospital with your Plan 65 coverage.

Learn more

Out-of-state/country search

Find contracting providers outside our service area.

Learn more

State employees

Find participating providers in the State of Kansas network.

Learn more

Value Blue providers

Find providers who accept members with Value Blue coverage.

Learn more

Diabetic supplies

Search for contracting suppliers to cover your diabetic supply needs.

Learn more

Urgent care centers

Find an urgent care center.

Learn more

Save when you stay in network

Networks are a group of doctors, hospitals and other providers who have agreed to provide our members with care at special, negotiated rates.


Seeing providers who are in your network means you save money with lower costs. You can find the name of your network on your member ID card.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas ID card example

Things you need to know

When you're experiencing an illness or an injury, you often have a choice between different types of care—primary, urgent or emergency. Understanding these types of care can help you save money and get the most from your health plan.

Doctor's office Telemedicine Urgent care Emergency room
When to go
When you have any medical concern, your primary doctor knows you best and has your medical records. Your doctor oversees your care and can provide routine services and preventive exams. Your doctor can help you manage your medication and refer you to a specialist, if needed. When you have a non-emergent health condition and don’t want to leave your home or office, a virtual doctor’s visit is an option. Telemedicine lets you interact with a board-certified doctor at your convenience on your phone, tablet or computer. When you need care quickly, but it is not an emergency and your primary doctor may not be available. Urgent care centers offer treatment for non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses. When you need immediate treatment of a very serious or critical condition. The ER is for the treatment of life-threatening or very serious conditions that require immediate medical attention.
Type of care1
  • Routine checkups
  • Immunizations
  • Preventive services
  • Manage your overall health
  • Cold/flu
  • Fever
  • Rash
  • Sinus infection
  • Pink eye
  • Ear infection
  • Common infections (e.g., strep throat)
  • Minor skin conditions (e.g., poison ivy)
  • Flu and fever (below 104°)
  • Earache/sore throat
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Large open wounds
  • Chest pain
  • Major burns
  • Severe head injury
  • Broken bones
  • Shortness of breath
Cost and wait times2
Low cost
  • Often requires a copay and/or coinsurance
  • Normally requires an appointment
  • Little wait time with a scheduled appointment
Low cost
  • Often requires a copay and/or coinsurance
  • Usually available 24/7 with very little wait time
Medium cost
  • Often requires a copay and/or coinsurance usually higher than an office visit
  • Walk-in patients are welcome, but waiting periods may be longer as patients with more urgent needs will be treated first
High cost
  • Often requires a much higher copay and/or coinsurance
  • Open 24/7, but waiting periods may be longer because patients with life-threatening emergencies will be treated first

1 This is a sample list of services and may not be all-inclusive.

2 Cost and time information represent averages only and are not tied to a specific condition, level of coverage or treatment. Your out-of-pocket costs will vary depending on your plan type.

Blue Distinction Center Facilities

Since 2006, the Blue Distinction Specialty Care program has helped patients find quality specialty care in the following areas, while encouraging health care professionals to improve the care they deliver:

  • bariatric surgery
  • cancer care
  • cardiac care
  • cellular immunotherapy
  • fertility care
  • gene therapy
  • knee and hip replacements
  • maternity care
  • spine surgery
  • transplants

Research shows that, compared to other providers, those designated as Blue Distinction Centers demonstrate better quality and improved outcomes for patients. On average, Blue Distinction Centers+ also are 20 percent more cost-efficient than non-Blue Distinction Center+ designated providers. 

For more information about the program and for a complete listing of the designated providers, visit bcbs.com/bluedistinction.

WARNING: Could not load HELPFUL RESOURCES
Top