Don’t Lose Your Medicaid Benefits - Act Now
Don’t Lose Your Medicaid Benefits - Act Now



Working at Amida Care

Every day, Amida Care employees have a direct impact on the health and well-being of New Yorkers. Our nonprofit community health plan provides comprehensive coverage and coordinated care to New York City Medicaid members with chronic conditions, including HIV/AIDS and behavioral health disorders. The largest Medicaid managed care special needs health plan (SNP) in New York State, Amida Care delivers an innovative coordinated care program that has improved healthcare quality and reduced costs.

Business MeetingAmida Care is more than a health plan—we strive to create a wellness community. Our Live Your Life program offers free monthly member events held throughout the five boroughs of New York City, where Amida Care members and their guests learn about ways to get and stay healthy physically, mentally, and spiritually. A variety of member engagement activities such as town hall meetings and a Member Advisory Council provide members with opportunities for participation and feedback to ensure that their needs are being met.

If you share our commitment to deliver quality health care to New Yorkers, we want to hear from you!

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Diversity Statement


Amida Care respects our rich diversity and nurtures a welcoming environment where everyone’s uniqueness is not only accepted but celebrated. We are committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms, from the people we employ to the people we serve. We will continue to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equality and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do.


Amida Care is strongly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, marital status, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, status as a covered veteran, status as a victim of domestic violence or other factors unrelated to a person’s ability to do the job.