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Service Center Locations

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Question: Where will the Covered California service center be located?

Answer: There will actually be three Covered California service center locations. The main center will be in Rancho Cordova (Sacramento), the other 2 will be in Contra Costa (East Bay), and Fresno.

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When applying last year an insurance agent set up the account. I have neither a user I.D. or password to renew. Your security questions are completely meaningless. This is my daughters computer and I have limited use. Your service center web site info has no information for the customer. Phone number ? Address for correspondence ? I am glad Mr. Daigle likes to communicate with people good at computer skills, but in case you do not know, 50% of seniors do not own a computer ! Address: G.L.Gormley, P.O. 101, Los Alamos, CA 93440

just wondering what is mt best option im diabetic and have mdi cal my co-pay is about $1100 which pretty much means its useless unless I get hospitalized.i just did a blood test that cost me nearly $400 I cant offord it I thought medical was to help people like me what am I supposed to do? its great that I don’t have to pay medical a monthly fee but its becoming more and more clear that with all the doctor visits and blood works and medications that medical is not for me?

An individual I know is having trouble establishing her insurance coverage…she gets confused…she lives in the Los Angeles/Long beach area…are there no physical offices for her to visit for assistance????? I only see 3 in the northern part of the state…..

Thank you!!!

My name: Michael Oliver SS#: 330-90-3027 Covered California Case number: 5000570236

This year, I worked for several short term jobs, and I marked in One time payment (“lump sum”) in the Covered Cal application.

Then I’ve received mail from Covered California, that request me to explain and give more information about that.

That is my wrong marking (“lump sum”) payment. Really, I have no payment from winning, large gift, inheritance, or retroactive Social Security… But only one payment for each of my very short term odd job ( I have wanted to showed)

I would like to change that option, I mean I have no “one time payment” (in Covered California application form). Anyway, I have cleared out that option already. However, the result in my account still has no changed.

I would like to contact with Service Center.

Please notify me of when there will on site service locations in Rancho Cordova

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