2019 CalPERS Medical Plans and County Dental

2019 CalPERS Medical Plans and County Dental

Employees represented by DSA, DAIA, Local 1230, UCOA, East Contra Costa Fire Fighters, Unrepresented Fire Managers and Deputy Sworn Management are eligible for the various HMO and PPO health plans offered through the State of California CalPERS System.

The following online resources will aid you in your decision making process: Please visit the CalPERS website to review the 2019 Health Benefit Summary and the Health Program Guide.

Quick Links: 

2019 Health Benefit Summary 

2019 Health Program Guide (PDF)

2019 Dental Comparison Guide

Health Plan Availability is determined by zip code. Please use the following link to determine which plans are available to you: Zip Code Search 

2019 Medical Plan Rates

2019 Dental Plan Rates


Contact Information

Medical

CalPERS

Phone: (888) 225-7377 

DENTAL

Delta Dental
Phone: (800) 765-6003

DeltaCare USA-Plan CA AA16
Phone: (800) 422-4234

COBRA

Upon separation from County service, employees and their dependents enrolled in a medical and/or dental plan have two options to continue their health plan coverage; the Group Continuation Plan or the Individual Conversion Plan. Both of these options provide for continued coverage for designated periods of time.

Qualifying Events to Make Changes (add or delete dependents)

Add dependent: You will have the option to add dependents during the plan year as long as you contact Employee Benefits Service Unit (EBSU) within sixty days of the qualifying event. Examples: Marriage, newborn, adoption, loss of coverage

Delete dependent: It is your responsibility to inform EBSU if a dependent is no longer eligible to a dependent on your health plan. Example: Divorce, death

More information on qualifying events (PDF).

Open Enrollment

The annual open enrollment period allows you to make changes to your health and dental coverage, and to add or to delete dependents without a qualifying event.

Be advised that the health plan open enrollment period and the dental plan open enrollment period do not occur at the same time. You must make CalPERS health plan open enrollment changes during CalPERS open enrollment period. The County holds a separate open enrollment for dental plans. Do not assume that changes you make to your health plan automatically update your dental plan or vice versa. Our office will advise you of the times of both open enrollment periods annually.