Local Access.

Fresno, Kings, and Madera Counties now have a locally-managed health plan.

Find a Doctor, Hospital, or Clinic

We can help you find a doctor or hospital that is close to your home or work and one who speaks your language. Our large network of doctors and hospitals can provide you and your family with the quality health care you expect.

For questions or concerns, you may call the Member Services Department at 1-888-893-1569 (TDD 1-800-431-0964). CalViva Health Plan representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.

If you would like CalViva Health to mail you a provider directory call Member Services at 1-888-893-1569. The directory includes the doctors' names, office locations, gender, specialty, hospital affiliation, new patient, and language information.

You can download your Doctor directory here (PDF). You will need Adobe Reader to view the content of this document. You can also find a Doctor or Clinic using the search below.

CalViva Health Provider Search

 

Accessibility Information

Below is information used in the provider directory to indicate accessibility at a provider office or building site. This information is not a guarantee you will find total accessibility at the location. Since disabilities and
related needs vary, we suggest you call the doctor's office to discuss your specific access requirements.

Accessibility Requirements:
Basic: Facility represents all six accessibility requirements.
Limited: Facility is missing one or more of the six accessibility requirements.

Indicator Definition Criteria
P Parking Parking spaces, including van accessible spaces, are accessible.
Pathways have curb ramps between the parking lot, office, and at
drop off locations.
EB Exterior Building Curb ramps and other ramps to the building are wide enough for a
wheelchair or scooter user. Handrails are provided on both sides of
the ramp. Doors open wide enough to let a wheelchair or scooter
user enter, and have handles that are easy to use.
IB Interior Building Doors open wide enough to let a wheelchair or scooter user enter,
and have handles that are easy to use. Interior ramps are wide
enough and have handrails. Stairs, if present, have handrails. The
elevator has easy to hear sounds and Braille buttons within reach.
The elevator has enough room for a wheelchair or scooter user to
turn around. If there is a platform lift, it can be used without help.
R Restroom The restroom is accessible and the doors are wide enough to
accommodate a wheelchair or scooter and are easy to open. The
restroom has enough room for a wheelchair or scooter to turn around
and close the door. There are grab bars which allow easy transfer
from wheelchair to toilet. The sink is easy to get to and the faucets,
soap, and toilet paper are easy to reach and use.
E Exam room The entrance to the exam room is accessible, with a clear path. The
doors open wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair or scooter
and are easy to open. The exam room has enough room for a
wheelchair or scooter to turn around.
T Exam table/scale The exam table moves up and down and the scale is accessible with
handrails to assist people with wheelchairs and scooters. The weight
scale is able to accommodate a wheelchair.