For Patients

Covenant Medical Group is proud to accept the following insurances and networks. You can find your insurance network by looking at the insurance card provided by your carrier. The insurance company and networks are listed below.

  • Aetna
  • Aetna Medicare Advantage
  • Aetna West Texas Preferred
  • Accountable / Interplan Health Group
  • All Well (offered by Superior)
  • Baylor Scott & White Health Plan HMO / PPO / Exchange
  • Baylor Scott & White Health Plan Medicaid
  • Baylor Scott & White Health Plan Medicare Advantage
  • Baylor Scott & White Health Plan Premier
  • BCBS NM Centennial Care
  • BCBS NM Medicare Advantage
  • BCBS TX HMO (Blue Essentials)
  • BCBS TX HMO (Blue Essentials) ERS / HealthSelect
  • BCBS TX PPO Exchange
  • Beech Street
  • Beech Street Workers Compensation
  • CapStar
  • Care Improvement Plus – Medicare Special Needs (SRPN)
  • Cigna True Choice Medicare (Formerly Cigna Healthspring)
  • Cigna OAP / PPO
  • Covenant Employees Self-Funded – Baylor Scott & White
  • Covenant Health Advantage MA (Offered by BSWHP)
  • Coventry (First Health) Medicare Advantage
  • FirstCare Medicaid / CHIP / StarKids
  • Galaxy
  • Great West - Cigna
  • Healthsmart
  • Humana Commercial
  • Humana Medicare Advantage
  • Lubbock Christian University (BSWHP)
  • Molina Healthcare of NM Exchange/Medicare Advantage
  • Multiplan
  • OMNI
  • Presbyterian Commercial
  • Presbyterian Medicare Advantage
  • Presbyterian NM Centennial Care
  • Presbyterian Other Commercial Exchange
  • Providence Health Plan
  • Superior Medicaid / CHIP / StarKids
  • Superior Medicare Advantage/ Allwell/WellCare
  • Texas Mutual Workers Compensation (Limited Providers)
  • Texas True Choice
  • Tricare West (HealthNet)
  • TriWest CCN (BCBS TX)
  • United Healthcare
  • United Healthcare Medicare Advantage
  • Universal American HMO / PPO / PFFS
  • Wayland Baptist (Imagine Health) Commercial
  • Wayland Baptist Student Athletes
  • Western Sky NM Centennial Care
  • WellCare (offered by Superior)
  • Wellpoint (formerly Amerigroup) Medicaid / CHIP/ StarKids
  • Wellpoint (formerly Amerigroup) Medicare Advantage

Updated: 1/11/2024

At Covenant Health Medical Group, we support an individual’s right to choose the care they want. Our Ethical Directives of Catholic Healthcare call on us to respect the dignity of each person.

Talking with your family, friends and your physician about your wishes for medical care at the end of your life is called advance care planning. It's a way for you, your loved ones and your physician to discuss the kinds of care you want and don't want at that time. You can also specify the care you would want if you become unable to speak or make decisions for yourself, due to a coma or other medical condition. When you write down your wishes, this kind of plan is called an advance directive. If you have an Advanced Care Directive, please bring it to your appointment. If not please download the form below and complete it.

An Advance Health Care Directive is a legal document that tells your physician, your family members and friends about what kind of care you would like to have if you become unable to make medical decisions. It's called an advance directive because you choose your medical care before you become seriously ill.

How to get started

The best time to start the conversation about the kind of care you’d want if you were in an accident or became seriously ill is now. The Institute for Human Caring is dedicated to engaging the community and health care providers in conversations about what matters and ensuring that our patient’s care preferences are honored. We can help you think about the care you’d want, talk to your loved ones about your decisions, choose your advocate and complete an advance directive.

Start the Conversation with these Four Steps:

  • THINK - about your values, goals and care preferences if you were to become seriously ill
  • TALK - to your loved ones about these care preferences
  • CHOOSE - someone to speak for you if you can’t speak for yourself
  • COMPLETE - an Advance Directive
Advance directive tool kit

Learn how to make decisions about the care you would want to receive if you become unable to speak for yourself. Visit Institute For Human Caring to access Providence Advance Directive tool kit in multiple languages to assist you and your family in having the conversation, selecting a health care decision maker and completing an Advance Directive.

Five Wishes

Five Wishes serves as an Advance Directive and is a legally-valid tool available for your use. Five Wishes helps ensure your wishes, and those of your loved ones, will be respected-even if you cannot speak for yourself.

POLST (Physician Order for Life Sustaining Treatment)

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) is a physician order that outlines a plan of care reflecting a patient’s wishes concerning care at life’s end. The POLST form is voluntary and is intended to:

  • Help you and your patient discuss and develop plans to reflect his or her wishes
  • Assist physicians, nurses, healthcare facilities, and emergency personnel in honoring a person’s wishes for life-sustaining treatment
  • For more information, please visit POLST for health care providers