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    Help! Tricare

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    Hi! I'm a new Navy wife and not only I'm new in the military life, I have also just moved to the United States from Europe and a lot of things are different here, specially when it comes to healthcare....! My husband enrolled me in DEERS and I got in Tricare. Now, I need to see a gyno but I don't know where to start
    I think I am on Standard. What should I do? Just make an appointment with a gyno who supports Tricare? Will I pay something? I'm so lost!
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    your best bet is to go to the tricare website. there you can find the answers to all your questions.
    also you should have recieved a handbook. both of these sources will give you the best info.
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    Since you're in standard, you are seen by civilian providers. So just find a doctor that you want to go to, ask if they accept Tricare & make an appointment.

    There are co-pays with standard so you may or may not have to pay. It depends on the doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rissa*Rawr View Post
    Since you're in standard, you are seen by civilian providers. So just find a doctor that you want to go to, ask if they accept Tricare & make an appointment.

    There are co-pays with standard so you may or may not have to pay. It depends on the doctor.
    "I never thought it was possible but I actually feel like I love you to the point where saying I love you doesn't even do justice how I feel about you." -DB

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