University of Florida graduate students on appointment as a Graduate Assistant, Teaching Assistant, or Research Assistant may participate in the GatorGradCare health insurance plan. The GatorGradCare plan includes two network tiers for medical providers. While it is not necessary to stay within only one network tier, participants should understand how using services in Tiers 1 and Tiers 2 affect out-of-pocket costs.
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Use the Quick Reference toolbar to the left for more information about your benefits.
Have questions? Contact your on-site Florida Blue Service Representatives.
Helpful Documents for 2018-2019 Benefits
- For information on costs and coverage: Summary of Health Plan Benefits
- For information on your dental benefits: Dental
- 2017 – 2018 – Benefit Booklet
- 2017 – 2020 Benefit Year Schedule of Benefits
- 2018 – 2019 Benefit Year SBC for Medical
- 2017 – 2020 Benefit Year SBC for Pharmacy
*The following applies to the above plan:
As a result of the Affordable Care Act, GatorCare is required to provide employees with an easy-to-understand Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) statement that describes the plan’s coverage. All insurance companies must use the same format allowing members to compare plan options. Please note that the examples on page 8 for medical and page 12 for pharmacy, do not reflect actual GatorCare co-pays and deductibles, rather they are general examples required by the federal government. To get your GatorCare medical specific cost of services, call (800) 664-5295; for Magellan Pharmacy Benefits, call (800) 651-8921.