The Medical Access Program is a local program provided by Central Health that covers primary care, prescriptions, specialty care, and hospital care.
MAP helps people get the health care they need. We make sure that anyone who has a MAP card can go to a clinic, get medicine, and get emergency care. Every person in your family who is eligible will get a MAP identification card. You may use your MAP identification card to get healthcare services through any of the clinics or doctors who offer care to MAP patients. The Medical Access Program (MAP) and the Central Health Assistance Program (CHAP) are not health insurance plans and will not meet the shared responsibility individual mandate under the Affordable Care Act. Visit the CHAP website for more information.