Membership Benefits

Heritage Medical Group Members enjoy many more benefits than just having a Doctor!

There is no cost to receive these benefits and keep your current health insurance!

Simply switch your current doctor to a Heritage doctor.

Call Today 800-655-9999 or Register Online now!


What is a medical group and what are the benefits of belonging to one?

Health plans contract with groups of doctors to provide health care. These groups of doctors are called medical groups. Medical groups can range from small practices with several doctors to very large organizations with hundreds of doctors. While a small number of health plans – fewer than twenty – insure most people in California, there are hundreds of medical groups in the state. The difference between a medical group and a health plan sometimes isn’t clear. The medical group’s job is to care for patients – this work is done by the doctors, nurses, therapists and other professionals in the medical group. The health plan is responsible for seeing that its members get care easily by contracting with enough medical groups and their doctors in a local area so it is convenient for members to get care nearby. (CA.GOV)

What health insurance plans does Heritage accept?

Heritage accepts most health plans. Contact our member services to see if we are contracted with your health plan at 1(800) 655-9999 or visit our health insurance plans page.

What is the difference for the patient between HMO and PPO insurance?

Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans: Comprehensive coordinated care. A health maintenance organization (HMO) contracts with health care professionals and facilities to create a “provider network.” If you choose HMO insurance, you’ll typically pay a small co-payment if you visit a physician or hospital within the plan network. HMO insurance often features lower premiums and co-pays than other plans. Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans: Self coordinated care. A preferred provider organization (PPO) also enters into contractual agreements with health care providers and creates a “provider network.” But unlike HMOs, PPO health insurance will cover some – but not all – of the cost of care administered by out-of-network providers.

What is coordinated care?

Navigating through the healthcare system can be very difficult for even the most informed individuals. Coordinated care is a way that a medical group assists you in finding the right care by the right doctor.

How do I switch?

If you have HMO health insurance:

  1. Visit and choose a Heritage physician or call member services for their assistance.
  2. Contact your insurance plan.
  3. Request a primary care physician change.
  4. Your insurance provider will send you an effective date.

Call membership services

and they will assist you.

Live chat: 9am to 5pm pacific time

Signup: Online now

Phone: 800-655-9999


Membership Team

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Loyda on the membership team for Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group in Victorville, CA


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