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If you need these services, contact Wellcare By Allwell Medicare's Member Services telephone number listed for your state on the Member Services Telephone Numbers by State Chart. From October 1 to March 31, you can call us 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. From April 1 to September 30, you can call us Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. A messaging system is used after hours, weekends, and on federal holidays.
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|State||Telephone Number and Plan Type|
|Arizona||1-800-977-7522 (HMO and HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Arkansas||1-855-565-9518 (TTY: 711)|
|Florida||1-877-935-8022 (TTY: 711)|
|Georgia||1-844-890-2326 (HMO); 1-877-725-7748 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Indiana||1-855-766-1541 (HMO and PPO); 1-833-202-4704 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Kansas||1-855-565-9519 (HMO); 1-833-402-6707 (HMO SNP); 1-833-696-0634 (PPO)(TTY:711)|
|Louisiana||1-855-766-1572 (HMO); 1-833-541-0767 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Mississippi||1-844-786-7711 (HMO); 1-833-260-4124 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Missouri||1-855-766-1452 (HMO); 1-833-298-3361 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Nevada||1-833-854-4766 (HMO); 1-833-717-0806 (HMO SNP) (TTY:711)|
|New Mexico||1-833-543-0246 (HMO); 1-844-810-7965 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Ohio||1-855-766-1851 (HMO); 1-866-389-7690 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|Pennsylvania||1-855-766-1456 (HMO); 1-866-330-9368 (HMO SNP) (TTY: 711)|
|South Carolina||1-855-766-1497 (TTY: 711)|
|Texas||1-844-796-6811 (HMO); 1-877-935-8023 (HMO SNP)(TTY: 711)|
|Wisconsin||1-877-935-8024 (TTY: 711)|