South Dakota Primary Care Provider Program
Select a county from the drop down menu
to display the provider list for that county.
Choosing Your Primary Care Provider (PCP)
There are a few things to consider when choosing an appropriate
for you and your family.
Providers with an (*) next to their name have a full caseload.
If the provider you are choosing has a full caseload
you must get written approval from the provider
and submit the written approval with this selection/change form.
If you are unable to get written approval,
you will need to select a different provider.
Other status indicators are:
- **Not taking new OB-pregnancy related patients
- X Out of state providers
- Correct numbers:
Double check that you have the correct
and recipient ID numbers on your enrollment form.
This can save you from being enrolled with the wrong PCP.
- Provider Type:
Pediatricians usually serve only children.
providers only serve women
and usually for just pregnancy and gynecology services.
Internal Medicine doctors usually serve only adults.
Consider how far you must travel to your PCP.
Remember, South Dakota winters can make travel very difficult.
Selection of PCP's located more than 75 miles from your home may be denied.
Consider also that travel will only be reimbursed to the closest PCP.
- Special Needs:
If you or an eligible family member has special health-care needs,
you should contact the PCP's office before you enroll
to ensure that the provider will meet your needs.