Using in-network providers can help you minimize any out-of-pocket costs. Use the links below to find covered doctors, hospitals and other providers in each of our networks.

Staying in-network will help you manage your healthcare costs.

With an HMO plan, services will generally not be covered if you use an out-of-network provider. Emergency services will be covered according to your plan benefits regardless of a provider's network affiliation.

With a PPO or a POS plan, Medical Mutual will cover your claims at a lower level when you see an out-of-network provider. You will be responsible for paying the additional amount.

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Shopping for a Plan? Search Our Networks to Find Your Doctor.

Medicare Plan Networks

Individual and Family Plan Networks

  • SuperMed POS Network (available to residents of Ashland, Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit counties)
  • Mercy HMO Network (available to residents of Allen, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clermont, Columbiana, Hamilton, Lucas, Mahoning, Putnam, Trumbull and Wood counties)
  • ProMedica HMO Network (available to residents Lucas and Wood counties)
  • OhioHealth HMO Network (available to residents Athens, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Hardin, Licking, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Richland and Union counties)

Looking for an Employer's Plan? Search Our Group Networks to Find Your Doctor.

Medical Mutual provides flexible and affordable group plans for businesses of all sizes and industries. Find the healthcare providers in our group networks here.

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Why Are Provider Networks Important?

A health plan's network helps determine the cost and quality of the medical care you'll receive. Here’s how:


Simply put, you'll pay less if you visit a doctor or hospital in your health plan's network. Narrower networks often offer lower premiums but the cost of care can be higher if the providers you want to see are outside the plan's network. When shopping for a health plan, be sure to check if you'll have access to your preferred providers at lower, in-network rates.


When you need medical care, quality matters. When it comes to including the top doctors, hospitals and specialists in your area, or simply the providers that you know and trust, not all networks are created equal. If you're looking for a new plan, consider whether the doctors and hospitals you want are included in the plan's network.

Choosing a Doctor

If you're looking for a new provider but aren't sure where to start, view our article on choosing a doctor that's right for you.