Department for Medicaid Services


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Kentucky Medicaid is a state and federal program authorized by Title XIX of the Social Security Act to provide health care for eligible, low-income populations. These populations include children, low-income families, pregnant women, the aged, and the disabled. Eligibility for these groups is determined by several factors, including family size, income, and the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Eligibility for people who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and the aged, blind, or disabled are based on additional requirements such as income and resource limits.  

Medicaid offers several different programs and services depending on the type of Medicaid you are eligible for and your particular medical needs.

If you are a Medicaid member or are interested in applying for Medicaid, please click on the Members button above. ​


​Medicaid Open Records Request​​
To request public records, please use the link below. 

Questions can be submitted to Email:​

Kentucky Open Records are defined in KRS 61.870 to 61.884
Kentucky Revised Statutes - Chapter 61. If the records requested are maintained by and in the custody of another agency, a request must be submitted to that agency.​​

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