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Thanks for your question and good day to you.Your other expert was offline here so let me assist you today.There is no limit for the number of times or length of stay that you may travel out of country and recieve MediCal here.As you know there would be no medical cover age while out of country such as Mexico.If you are within the US but out of state you may have some coverage here in emergencies.If you look at this pamphlet it goes over this situation--see item 23 here it covers what I discussed above.Overall MediCal does not care if you leave the country, they are saving money by not having to pay for your medical care.http://www.sfhp.org/files/PDF/community/assistor_resources/reference_materials/What_Medi-Cal_Means_To_You_Brochure_Medical.pdfIt is other programs like unemplyment where leaving the country for periods of time that would affect benefits.Here it would not affect your MediCal here in California.It has been my pleasure to assist you today.Please let me know if you have more follow up.Thanks again.
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As I currently have healthnet as my health insurance would the same rules apply? Healthnet is my medicare advantage plan as I am both on medicare & Medi-Cal.
This is the restriction you likely signed when you applied..