Ready to join? It's easy to enroll in a GEHA medical plan.

Before you enroll

If you are a current GEHA member who is happy with your coverage, you don’t need to do anything during Open Season. Your current coverage will carry into the new year.

If you are new to GEHA or have questions about what GEHA medical plan might be right for you, take our brief quiz to see which plan might be the best fit.

It'll help if you know the answer to these three questions:

  • What type of coverage will you need? Are you looking for just you, you and someone else, or you and your family?
  • Will you need in-network or out-of-network-coverage? Check our Find Care tool to see if your doctor is included in our network of up to 4 million provider location.
  • Are you taking any prescription drugs? Use our check drug costs tool to estimate what you'll pay based on your GEHA medical plan and prescription dosage.

Refer to the 2020 GEHA Medical Plan Comparison Chart, the respective plan page on this website and the related plan brochure (found under the “Documents” drop-down menu on each plan webpage) to review premiums and costs – and to confirm that the plan is a good fit for you and your budget.

You’re now ready to enroll!

Are you an active federal employee?

If you want to enroll in or change your medical plan, please record the appropriate enrollment code for your selected plan option and family status below. After that, contact your agency’s personnel office to make your medical plan selection.

You may be able to enroll or change plans online using your agency’s preferred enrollment method:


Enrollment codes

Plan Self OnlySelf Plus OneSelf and Family
Elevate 254256255
HDHP 341343342
Standard Option 314316315
Elevate Plus 251253252
High Option 311313312

Are you a retired federal employee?

If you are a retired federal employee or annuitant, you can enroll during Open Season three ways:

 


Enrollment codes

Plan Self OnlySelf Plus OneSelf and Family
Elevate 254256255
HDHP 341343342
Standard Option 314316315
Elevate Plus 251253252
High Option 311313312
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Open Season runs from November 11 through midnight, December 9, 2019, EST.

What happens after I enroll?

When GEHA has been notified of your enrollment, you will receive an enrollment kit that includes a plan brochure and an enrollment questionnaire. Your health plan ID card will arrive in a separate packet from CVS Caremark. Members without Medicare will also receive a separate Lab Card® from Quest.

Call GEHA's Enrollment Department at 800.821.6136, or email enroll@geha.com for assistance with:

  • Address changes
  • Changes in family status
  • Replacing lost GEHA ID cards or printing temporary ID cards
  • Other supplies such as directories, plan brochures, E-1 forms and prescription drug materials

Need fast service? In a hurry to get new ID cards? GEHA will accept advance notice of your enrollment changes by fax. Fax your completed and signed 2809 form to GEHA at 816.257.3302.

Other GEHA enrollment information

Tribal employees

Tribal employees who are common law employees and meet FEHB requirements are eligible to enroll in an FEHB medical plan.
CONNECTION DENTAL FEDERAL

GEHA's FEDVIP dental plans are designed exclusively for federal employees with comprehensive coverage and no deductible.
CONNECTION DENTAL PLUS

Eligible federal employees and retirees may enroll in this supplemental dental plan at any time, year-round.