Mitsuoka Medical Clinic accepts several health insurance for our patients. When you click on the blue tag, you can find our major health insurance lists such as HMO, PPO, travel insurance etc…


(Regal Medical Group)

  • Aetna Select Choice
  • Blue Cross California Care
  • Blue Cross Senior Secure
  • Blue Shield
  • Blue Shield Senior Plan (Shared Risk)
  • Health Net
  • LA Care
  • Molina
  • Pacificare
  • Scan
  • Secure Horizon
  • United Health Care

** Feel free to contact us if you have can’t find your health insurance on this page.


  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Shield Preferred Plan
  • Blue Shield Select Network
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Anthem
  • Heath Net Select
  • Metlife /Unicare /United Health Care
  • Nippon Life
  • United Health Care

** Feel free to contact us if you have can’t find your health insurance on this page.

Traveler's Insurance

  • AIU
  • Fuji
  • Saison
  • ACE
  • Japan International (JI)
  • Sumitomo
  • All State
  • KOA
  • Taisei
  • American Home
  • Kyoei Taisho
  • Asahi
  • Mitsui
  • Tokio Marine (日動)
  • British
  • Nissan
  • Yasuda
  • Chiyoda
  • Nisshin
  • New India Assurance
  • DaiTokyo
  • Daido
  • Nippon
  • DowaRoyal

** Feel free to contact us if you have can’t find your health insurance on this page.


  • Medicare / Supplement
  • Medicare Advantage (HMO - Primary Doctor, Dr. Mitsuoka)*
  • Medi-Cal*
  • Cal MediConnect*

* Please check HMO as additional information

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Covered CA

* Please check HMO & PPO as additional information.



Good Samaritan Hospital

Tradition of Caring
Good Samaritan Hospital is a world-class academic medical center affiliated with both USC and UCLA Schools of Medicine. Good Samaritan Hospital supports six award-winning Centers of Excellence that focus on advancing the science of medicine while providing outstanding patient care with national and internationally renowned physicians. The centers include the Heart & Vascular Center, Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center, Tertiary Retinal Surgery, Pancreatico-Biliary Program, Transfusion-Free Medicine & Surgery Center, and the Davajan-Cabal Center for Perinatal Medicine. Each year, Good Samaritan Hospital admits approximately 12,500 patients (excluding newborns) and handles more than 74,000 outpatient visits. More than 3,400 deliveries and 6,500 surgeries are performed annually in 18 surgical suites.
Good Samaritan Hospital is expected to complete its new 193,000 square foot Medical Pavilion featuring the Frank R. Seaver Ambulatory Surgery Center in 2018. The new medical pavilion will feature amenities such as a patient friendly lobby, radiation oncology, pharmacy, Women’s Imaging, and Bistro Café on the first floor. The second floor will include 8 outpatient surgery suites and floors 3 to 7 will house ancillary services and physician offices. The Medical Pavilion will offer Los Angeles a leading-edge facility where physicians, patients and family members will feel comfortable in a space designed to enhance the efficiency and convenience of acquiring advanced medical care.

USC (Keck hospital of USC)

Keck Medicine of USC is the University of Southern California’s medical enterprise, one of only two university-based medical systems in the Los Angeles area. Encompassing academic, research and clinical excellence, the medical system attracts internationally renowned experts who teach and practice at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, the region’s first medical school; includes the renowned USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of the first comprehensive cancer centers established by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States; has a medical faculty practice, the USC Care Medical Group; operates the Keck Medical Center of USC, which includes two acute care hospitals: 401-licensed bed Keck Hospital of USC and 60-licensed bed USC Norris Cancer Hospital; and owns USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, a 158-licensed bed community hospital. It also includes more than 40 outpatient facilities, some at affiliated hospitals, in Los Angeles, Orange, Kern, Tulare and Ventura counties. In 2016, U.S. News & World Report ranked Keck Medical Center of USC among the Top 10 hospitals in the state and among the Top 50 hospitals in the United States in seven specialties: ophthalmology, urology, cancer, geriatrics, orthopaedic surgery, nephrology and cardiology and heart surgery.


Please click blue tag. You can read simple definition of different health insurance plan.


Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD). The different parts of Medicare help cover specific services:

Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)

Part A covers inpatient hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing facility, hospice care, and some home health care.

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)

Part B covers certain doctors' services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.

Medicaid (Medi-Cal)

Medicaid (Medi-Cal) in the United States is a social health care program for families and individuals with limited resources. The Health Insurance Association of America describes Medicaid as a "government insurance program for persons of all ages whose income and resources are insufficient to pay for health care".

Private Health Insurance

Private health insurance is the main source of health coverage for the majority of people in the United States. Approximately 58% of all Americans have private health care coverage. For elderly citizens and eligible children and families from low-income households, public programs are the primary source of health cover. Public programs include Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP. TRICARE and the Veterans programs also provide some coverage.

Indemnity Plan

Indemnity health insurance plans allow you to choose the doctor, healthcare professional, hospital or service provider of your choice and allow the greatest amount of flexibility and freedom in a health insurance plan.

Managed Care

- HMO (Health Maintenance Organization)

A type of health insurance plan that usually limits coverage to care from doctors who work for or contract with the HMO. It generally won't cover out-of-network care except in an emergency.

- PPO (Preferred Provider Organization)

A type of health plan that contracts with medical providers, such as hospitals and doctors, to create a network of participating providers. You pay less if you use providers that belong to the plan's network.

- POS (Point Of Services)

A point of service plan, is a type of managed care health insurance plan in the United States. It combines characteristics of the health maintenance organization (HMO) and the preferred provider organization (PPO). The POS is based on a managed care foundation - lower medical costs in exchange for more limited choice.

- IPA (Independent Practice Association)

An independent practice association (or IPA) is a US term for an association of independent physicians, or other organization that contracts with independent physicians, and provides services to managed care organizations on a negotiated per capita rate, flat retainer fee, or negotiated fee-for-service basis.