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www1.nyc.gov/site/olr/health/retiree/health-retiree...

The Health Benefits Program is also available to provide service and information to City retirees who have questions about or problems with their health benefits or pension check deductions. Retirees contacting the Health Benefits Program should always include the following information (please print clearly): Name, Address and Telephone Number

www.uft.org/chapters/retirees/benefits

Health Benefits; Pension; Member Help Programs; Discounts & Promotions ... NY Teacher Newspaper; NY Teacher Archive; Op-Eds & Letters to the Editor; Podcasts; Videos; Photo Galleries; School Visits; Press Releases; Publications; Calendar; Obituaries; UFT.org Home > Our Chapters > Retired Teachers > Retiree Benefits. Retired Teachers. About the ...

www.teaching-certification.com/salaries-benefits/new-york-teaching...

New York Teaching Salaries and Benefits. One of the major perks of teaching in New York is the culturally rich and diverse environment. Teachers in New York have access to over 200 arts and cultural organizations, giving them wider access to materials and activities that help bring their daily lessons to life.

www1.nyc.gov/site/olr/health/healthhome.page

These benefits are intended to provide you and your eligible dependents with the fullest possible protection that can be purchased with the available funding. The OLR website and the NYC Health Benefits Program Summary Program Description (SPD) provide you with information about your benefits under the New York City Health Benefits Program.

www.upstate.edu/hr/document/nys_retiree_faq.pdf

New York State Retiree Health Insurance and Related Benefits Frequently Asked Questions 1.) Am I eligible to continue health insurance after I retire? You must meet three eligibility requirements to continue NYSHIP coverage for yourself and your eligible dependents after you retire. First, you must have completed a minimum service requirement:

www.trsnyc.org

Retirees are contacting TRS this week after receiving an apparent Medicare refund. As a reminder, any questions related to health insurance should be directed to the New York City Retiree Health Benefits Program at (212) 513-0470.

www.nycers.org/post/retiree-health-benefits

New York City Employees' Retirement System. Trusted Partner of NYC Employees for More Than 90 Years. ... Retiree Health Benefits. Post March 3, 2017. ... Brooklyn, NY 11201-3724. Read more; Contact link December 6, 2016. Email. Email NYCERS’ Executive Director.

www.schools.nyc.gov/careers/working-at-the-doe/benefits...

Employees also receive dental, vision, and prescription drug benefits, and are eligible for health benefits after retirement. The Teachers’ Retirement System of the City of New York (TRS) provides New York City public school teachers with retirement, disability and death benefit services, while other DOE employees receive similar benefits ...

nysrta.org

NYSRTA provides access to group-rate insurance programs that supplement existing Medicare benefits: dental, vision, and hearing plans; long-term care insurance, home, auto and more.

www.uft.org/health-benefits

The United Federation of Teachers Welfare Fund (UFTWF) has partnered with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) through MSK Direct — a program that offers guided access to expert cancer treatment for UFT members, retirees and their family members.