Updated February 9, 2024

UnitedHealthcare Renews Network Relationship with Baptist Health in Arkansas

UnitedHealthcare and Baptist Health (Baptist) have reached a multi-year agreement that ensures UnitedHealthcare’s members enrolled in employer-sponsored and individual commercial plans, Medicare Advantage and Group Retiree plans, as well as Dual Special Needs Plans (DSNP), have access to Baptist’s providers and hospitals in Arkansas, effective immediately.

Our priority is to ensure our members have access to the care they need through a robust network of physicians and facilities, and we are pleased we reached an agreement with Baptist that ensures the members we serve have access to quality, affordable care from the doctors and care providers they know and trust.

Letters are being mailed to impacted members informing them of our renewed relationship with Baptist, and that its facilities, hospitals and physicians are back in-network.

If you would like assistance finding a provider or hospital in your area, please call the number on your health plan ID card or visit your plan’s website:

Thank you for your support throughout the negotiation process. UnitedHealthcare is honored to serve you!