Medical Assistance (MA)
The Medical Assistance program pays for
medical services for people who meet the program’s requirements for
financial eligibility. Wisconsin's Medical Assistance program is called
Medicaid, or simply MA.
Part of the Social Security system, the Medicaid program makes sure that
appropriate medical care is available to people with disabilities, to people
who are 65 years of age and older, to children (and their caretakers), and
to pregnant women.
Some services Medicaid provides for are:
- Doctor visits, including prenatal care
- Well-child and HealthCheck visits, including immunizations (shots)
- Hospital care
- Vision care, including eye glasses
- Prescription drugs
- Family planning services and supplies
- Occupational, physical and speech therapy
- Medical equipment
- Hearing services, including hearing aids
- Laboratory and x-ray services
- Dental services
- Transportation to Medicaid services
- Home health care services.
This is not a complete list of Medicaid services.
For more information about Wisconsin's Medicaid program and
eligibility requirements, call 888-436-1239
or TTY 711 . Or click on the
link below to link to Wisconsin's Medicaid website.