Licensed Clinical Social Worker Near Me
Looking for a new licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in your neighborhood? Our LCSWs are accepting new patients at a clinic near you. As part of your care team, social workers at Oak Street Health partner with your primary care physician to diagnose and treat common behavioral health conditions.
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- What hospitals do you work with?
We work with any area hospitals that accept your insurance.
- What if I’m not sure I want to change doctors right now?
You're welcome to visit before you decide if Oak Street Health is right for you. Call (888) 812-1183 to learn more.
- Who can become an Oak Street Health patient?
Our doctors specialize caring for anyone with Medicare, including Original Medicare Part B, select Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplement or Medigap plans and Medicare-Medicaid Plans.
- What insurance does Oak Street Health accept?
We accept all forms of Medicare, including Original Medicare Part B, select Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplement or Medigap plans and Medicare-Medicaid Plans. Call us at (888) 812-1183 to see if we accept your specific insurance.
- What will Oak Street Health cost me?
Your costs will not change because you become an Oak Street Health patient.
- Can I keep my specialist?
We work with specialists in your insurance network. Our team of referral coordinators can help you navigate these networks to connect you with the best specialist for your needs.
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