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New Hampshire Medicaid

New Hampshire Medicaid is a federal and state-funded health care program that serves a wide range of needy individuals and families who meet certain eligibility requirements. 

The program works to ensure that eligible adults and children have access to needed health care services by enrolling and paying providers to deliver covered services to eligible recipients.

Program Name New Hampshire Medicaid
Expanded Medicaid Yes
Website dhhs.nh.gov
Phone 800-852-3345 ext. 4344
Apply Online https://nheasy.nh.gov
Appeal a Denial Administrative Appeals Unit
Find a Local Office District Offices

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for New Hampshire Medicaid, you must be a resident of the state of New Hampshire, a U.S. national, citizen, permanent resident, or legal alien, in need of health care/insurance assistance, whose financial situation would be characterized as low income or very low income.

You must also be one of the following:*

  • Pregnant
  • Be responsible for a child 18 years of age or younger
  • Blind
  • Have a disability or a family member in your household with a disability
  • Be 65 years of age or older

* ACA Medicaid expansion covers eligible low-income adults.

Annual Household Income Limits (before taxes)

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $17,131
2 $23,169
3 $29,207
4 $35,245
5 $41,284
6 $47,322
7 $53,360
8 $59,398

*For households with more than eight people, add $6,038 per additional person.

Available Services Include:

Audiology Nursing facility
Certified midwife Personal care attendant
Dental Physical-occupational-speech therapy
Durable medical equipment Physician
Family planning Podiatry
Home health Pregnancy and maternity
Hospice services Prescription drugs
Hospital Private duty nursing
Lab Psychotherapy
Medical supplies Rural health clinics
Medical transportation Vision care
Nursing facility X-ray


Preferred Prescription Drug $1
Non-Preferred Prescription Drugs $2

Enrollees with incomes under 100% FPL are not charged a copay.

If you are required to make copayments under your plan, there is a limit to how much you have to pay per quarter (every three months).

Quarter 1 January 1 – March 31
Quarter 2 April 1 – June 30
Quarter 3 July 1 – September 30
Quarter 4 October 1 – December 31

This means that the most you are required to pay for copayments during any quarter of the calendar year is $147.

Once you pay $147 in copayments during that quarter, you don’t have to pay any more copayments for the rest of the quarter. However, at the beginning of the next quarter, you will have to start paying copayments again until you pay a total of $147 out of pocket.