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Open enrollment gives employees, retirees, and survivors of Municipalities joining the GIC the opportunity to review your health insurance options and enroll in a health plan if you desire. Retirees and survivors of Municipalities that offer the Retiree Dental Plan can enroll in Retiree Dental. Please take this opportunity to think about what you and your family need in the way of health care.
Be sure to read your GIC Benefit Decision Guide to become familiar with benefit and rates. Ask your GIC Coordinator for your guide.
Do your homework during open enrollment.
Your Benefit Decision Guide is an overview of GIC benefits; it is not a comprehensive plan handbook. There may be other services that you or your family need. Contact each plan to find out details about those benefits.
Keep in mind! Once you choose a health plan, you cannot change plans during the year, unless you have a qualifying event such as moving out of your health plan’s service area. If your doctor or hospital leaves your health plan you must find a new participating provider.
See the following sections of this site for helpful resources for the latest annual enrollment news, forms to expedite your decisions, and answers to frequently asked questions .
Mark the Date! Enrollment forms and required documentation are due to your GIC Benefits Coordinator no later than date to be determined.
M-F 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.