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In this custom section you will find everything you need to help administer, enroll and participate in your employee benefit plans.
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Enrollment information and applications are below
UHC Employee Application
Use this form to enroll in your employer's UHC medical benefit plans. Your employer covers 100% of the employee premium for any of the three offered plans.
UHC Medical Benefit Summaries
These are the three plans your employer has elected to offer from United Healthcare. Your employer covers 100% of the employee premium for any of the three plans.
Delta Employee Enrollment Form
Please use this form to enroll in your employer's Delta Premier PPO.. You can also use this form to make changes to your plan such as terminating yourself or dependents from your plan.
Delta Premier Benefit Summary
A summary of your employer's Delta Dental option.
UHC Vision Benefit Summary
Included with your medical plan is the UHC VHO88 Vision plan. This form gives a brief summary of your employer's vision plan. You will be automatically enrolled in the vision plan upon election of the medical plan.
Clint Perry - Unlimited Benefits Representative
Toll Free: 888-587-9370
UCH Customer Support
UHC - Find a Doctor
Delta Dental Dentist Finder
Delta Dental Member Services
My UHC Vision & Provider Locator
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When do Medical maximums and deductibles reset?
A: Annual Deductibles, maximums and limits add up throughout the coverage year, then reset and begin again on the anniversary date of your coverage year. In this case, December 1.
Q: What are qualified events?
A: If you are eligible to make coverage changes, your changes must be consistent with the change in status
The rules vary for each employer but here are some situations that qualify as a change in status:
1. Your legal marital status changes
2. The number of your eligible children changes
3. You or your spouse lose coverage from a different employer
Q: What is my member ID number?
A: Your member ID number is a unique number provided to you by your employer or health plan, or it could be the last four digits of your Social Security number. If you’re not sure, your eye doctor or dental provider can usually access your benefit information with the last four digits of your Social Security number.