Identify Your Retirement Healthcare Plan

Highmark Retiree

  • you were age 55 or older and employed in a full-time, benefits eligible position on December 31, 2012; AND

  • upon retirement, you completed at least 10 consecutive years of full-time employment after age 50 (at least age 60 upon retirement); AND

  • you retired by December 31, 2012; OR

  • if faculty, you signed a Phased Retirement or Pre-Retirement Leave of Absence Agreement by December 31, 2012.

 

John Marshall Retiree

  • you were age 55 or older and employed in a full-time, benefits eligible position on December 31, 2012; AND

  • upon retirement, you completed at least 10 consecutive years of full-time employment after age 50 (at least age 60 upon retirement); AND

  • you retire(d) on or after January 1, 2013 and, if faculty, did not sign a Phased Retirement or Pre-Retirement Leave of Absence Agreement by December 31, 2012.

 

Ben Franklin Retiree

  • you were under age 55 and employed in a full-time, benefits eligible position on December 31, 2012, OR hired in a full-time, benefits eligible position after December 31, 2012, regardless of age; AND

  • upon retirement, you completed at least 15 consecutive years of full-time employment after age 40 (at least age 55), or 10 consecutive years of full-time employment after age 50 (at least age 60), whichever comes first.

 

Employees considering retirement are encouraged to contact Human Resources to confirm their retirement healthcare plan.