State Health Benefits Plan

Although we don’t plan on getting sick or injured, most of us generally will need some type of medical care or attention. Medical insurance is important to assist in paying for medical expenses, whether they are expected or unexpected. Also, many medical plans may also help us to stay healthier through wellness initiatives and resources as well as possibly provide fully covered preventive care benefits when using network doctors.

The Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) and its State Health Benefit Plan Division serve as the state’s administrator of health insurance coverage for state employees, teachers, school system employees and retirees who continued coverage (including annuitants and former employees on extended coverage), and covered dependents.

State Health 2017 – Active Employees

State Health 2017 – Retirees

State Health 2017 – Peachcare and Tricare

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The information contained on this website is intended for general purposes only. It is an abbreviated overview of the benefit plans. Please refer to the Certificate Booklet (the contract) available from the plan carriers for complete details. Your Certificate Booklet will provide detailed information regarding copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, exclusions and other benefits. The Certificate Booklet will govern should a conflict arise related to the information contained in this website. The information contained in this website does not establish eligibility to participate in or receive benefits from any benefit plan. Please note the links to any external websites are provided simply to assist our employees with convenient access. ShawHankins is not liable for the information provided on any of the external websites provided.