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​​​​​​Individual Health Insurance Marketplace​

Open Enrollment for the Individual Health Insurance Marketplace is the chance for you and your family to get a new health insurance plan. Before you enroll, it’s important to compare plans and consider if your Atrium Health doctors are covered in your plan.

Keep reading to learn which plans include Atrium Health, how to enroll and more.

Key Dates

Open Enrollment Begins: Nov. 1, 2022


Open Enrollment Ends: Dec. 15, 2022


Coverage Begins: Jan. 1, 2023

Why choose a plan that includes Atrium Health Floyd?

If you already have an Atrium Health Floyd doctor or hospital you prefer, you may want to pick a health insurance plan that includes them. This lets you continue seeing them while better managing your healthcare costs. In addition to your doctor and hospital, you get seamless connection to Atrium Health’s vast care options. A few highlights include:

  • Primary care from the region’s preferred provider, including family medicine and internal medicine
  • The region’s largest network of behavioral health and substance use services
  • Convenient on-demand care options, such as urgent care and video visits
  • Peace of mind that when you get care from Atrium Health Floyd, you can more easily keep your out-of-pocket costs down

Which plans include Atrium Health?

For 2023, the following plans sold on the Individual Health Insurance Marketplace include Atrium Health doctors and hospitals in their networks:

Northwest Georgia Area:*

  • Ambetter insurance plans
  • Anthem Pathway plans (Atrium Health Floyd Polk Medical Center only)
  • Alliant SoloCare plans

Northeast Alabama Area:*

  • Ambetter insurance plans
  • Alliant SoloCare plans

*Not all plans are available in every county within the area.


What if I need emergency care? 

Patients with a medical emergency, should go to the closest hospital emergency room. Atrium Health hospitals provide services to all patients seeking treatment for an emergency medical condition, regardless of their health insurance plan or ability to pay for emergency services.


Frequently Asked Questions


Whether you’re applying for the first time or already have an individual health insurance plan that you need to update, you can visit Healthcare.gov for a full listing of plans by state and a checklist of documents you need.

You can also talk with your local health insurance agent.