CalPERS Plans

Stanford Children’s Health is in-network with most of the health plans that CalPERS offer their employees.

Please view your plan below for more information.

Anthem Blue Cross PERS Select 
Blue Shield Access + PERS Choice
Health Net SmartCare PERS Care
Kaiser United Health Care

Anthem Blue Cross

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.     

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

Blue Shield Access +

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians        

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

Health Net SmartCare

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.      

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

Kaiser

Kaiser HMO members must obtain a referral from their Kaiser primary care of specialist physician and an authorization from their health plan for any services to be covered and considered in-network here at Stanford Children’s Health. You would not be able to select a Stanford Children’s Health physician as your primary care physician/general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

PERS Select

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.      

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

PERS Choice

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org

 

PERS Care

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.        

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org    

 

United Health Care

If you have a HMO plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for hospital, specialist physician services, and primary care physician services. Our primary care physicians (PCPs) are affiliated with various medical groups within your health plan network. Please check your health plan website or contact your health plan to select a medical group in order to choose your PCP.

In order to be seen at Stanford Children’s Health, your primary care physician must refer you and your medical group or health plan must authorize all services provided at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford or by Stanford Children’s Health specialist physicians.     

If you have a PPO/EPO/POS plan: Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are in-network for all hospital and physician services. This includes specialist and primary care/general pediatrician physician services.

What are specialist services? Specialist services are services by physicians specializing in advanced areas such as Cardiology, Neurology, Surgery, Oncology, etc. This is different than your general pediatrician.

Have further questions? Email the Managed Care Department at managedcare@stanfordhealthcare.org