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​​Current Operating Status

The offices of KelseyCare Advantage, located at the Pearland Administrative Office Building at 11511 Shadow Creek Parkway, Pearland, Texas 77584 are open and fully operational.


Contact Us

You may contact us at the following numbers:

Member Services
713-442-CARE (2273), Option 2

Prospective Members
713-442-JOIN (5646)

713-442-CARE (2273)
Option 3
TTY/TDD 1-866-302-9336 


Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Locations

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Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Location updates


Mandatory Notice for MA Plans – Disaster-Emergency

There are special requirements during a declared disaster or emergency related to. MA organizations who offer an MA plan. KelseyCare Advantage must adhere to 42CFR 422.100(m).

In accordance with 42CFR 422.100(m):

(1) Special requirements during a disaster or emergency. (1) When a state of disaster is declared as described in paragraph (m)(2) of this section, an MA organization offering an MA plan must, until one of the conditions described in paragraph (m)(3) of this section occurs, ensure access to benefits in the following manner:

(i) Cover Medicare Parts A and B services and supplemental Part C plan benefits furnished at non-contracted facilities subject to § 422.204(b)(3).

(ii) Waive, in full, requirements for gatekeeper referrals where applicable.

(iii) Provide the same cost-sharing for the enrollee as if the service or benefit had been furnished at a plan-contracted facility.

(iv) Make changes that benefit the enrollee effective immediately without the 30-day notification requirement at § 422.111(d)(3).

(2) Declarations of disasters. A declaration of disaster will identify the geographic area affected by the event and may be made as one of the following:

(i) Presidential declaration of a disaster or emergency under the either of the following:
   (A) Stafford Act.
   (B) National Emergencies Act.

(ii)(A) Secretarial declaration of a public health emergency under section 319 of the Public Health Service Act.
     (B) If the President has declared a disaster as described in paragraph (m)(2)(i) or (ii) of this section, then the Secretary may also authorize waivers or modifications under section 1135 of the Act.

(iii) Declaration by the Governor of a State or Protectorate.

(3) End of the disaster. The public health emergency or state of disaster ends when any of the following occur:

(i) The source that declared the public health emergency or state of disaster declares an end.

(ii) The CMS declares an end of the public health emergency or state of disaster.

(iii) Thirty days have elapsed since the declaration of the public health emergency or state of disaster and no end date was identified in paragraph (m)(3)(i) or (ii) of this section.

(4) MA plans unable to operate. An MA plan that cannot resume normal operations by the end of the public health emergency or state of disaster must notify CMS.

Follow CMS directives with regard to terms and conditions of payment during the public health emergency or disaster for non-contracted providers furnishing benefits to plan enrollees residing in the state-of-disaster area.