Medicaid for Adults Medicaid is a health insurance program for those whose income is below the amounts set by the federal and state government. Adult Assistance Services include: Inpatient Hospital Care Doctor's Visits Outpatient Hospital Visits Dental Care Clinic Services Care through Licensed Home Care Agencies Prescription Medicine Laboratory and X-ray Services Nursing Care Hospice Care Durable Medical Equipment (e.g. wheelchair) Medically Necessary Ambulance Transport Payment of Medicare Premiums Appointment Procedure No Appointment is necessary. What to bring with you Birth Certificate or other proof of age Copies of all pay stubs for the last month Your Social Security Card Copies of all medical and life insurance policies A list of all cars, trucks, motorcycles, or other vehicles you own Current financial statements from other sources of family income, such as social security, retirement benefits or pensions, veterans benefits, SSI, child support, or other sources Most recent financial statements from financial institutions (such as bank statements) A list of all real property you own For applicants who are not citizens, proof of residency status How are services paid for? Program costs are paid by federal and state taxes.