Crozer-Keystone Healthcare Coverage Guide
New Open Enrollment dates for the Health Insurance
Marketplace run from Nov. 15, 2014-Feb. 15, 2015.
Healthy PA enrollment began on Dec. 1.
Health insurance protects you from huge bills if you get sick or injured. Health insurance helps you pay for the healthcare you and your family need, like medicines and check-ups. The new healthcare law helps us get health insurance that is affordable and covers what we need.
Top 5 Things to Know About the Healthcare Law
- You can’t be denied because you’re sick or have been sick.
- All plans cover prescriptions, doctor visits and hospital care.
- You can find a plan that fits your budget.
- If you don’t have insurance, you may pay a penalty.
- You can get help to enroll in a plan.
Get Ready to Apply
Applying for coverage is easy. When you're ready to enroll, make sure you know:
- Your household size
- Your income for 2015 (an estimate)
- If anyone in your family can get health insurance through an employee
- The names of your preferred doctors and hospitals
If you are a Pennsylvania resident, you now have two healthcare insurance options to choose from, depending on your income and the size of your family:
The Health Insurance Marketplace
The Health Insurance Marketplace, a source of information about consumers' health insurance options as well as an enrollment portal for Pennsylvanians, is available at Healthcare.gov. Open enrollment this year begins November 15, 2014 and ends on February 15, 2015. More information »
February 10, 2015: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR Healthy PA Participants or Those Considering Healthy PA: Governor Tom Wolf Launches Medicaid Expansion in Pennsylvania
The Governor's announcement begins Pennsylvania's transition from Healthy PA to a simple traditional Medicaid expansion plan.
- What does this mean for Pennsylvanians who have already signed up for Healthy PA?
- What does this mean for Pennsylvanians who were considering signing up for Healthy PA?
- Who qualifies for Medicaid expansion?
- What are the deadlines?
Get answers to these questions and much here »
Apply for health insurance here »
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Marketplace and Provider Quick Links
Crozer-Keystone Financial Counselors, Contacts, Hours
As the largest health system in Delaware County, we are taking steps to help members of our community understand the Health Insurance Marketplace. Some of these activities include:
We have met the criteria to be designated as a Certified Application Counselor (CAC) organization by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Our counselors have been individually trained by CMS and are designated as Certified Application Counselors. These Certified Application Counselors will be responsible for helping consumers - via phone call and on a walk-in basis at our hospitals - to learn about the basics of health coverage, identify and compare their coverage options and help them select health coverage that best fits their budget and specific needs.
Download and post our flyer:
Crozer-Keystone Marketplace Key Contacts and Information (PDF)
Hospital Contact Numbers and Hours of Operation
Crozer-Chester Medical Center and Community Hospital:
610-447-2336, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Community Hospital (through Crozer-Keystone Healthy Start/Women and Children's Health Services program)
610-497-7344, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (bi-lingual, English/Spanish)
Delaware County Memorial Hospital: 610-394-1720,
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Springfield Hospital: 610-328-8758, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Taylor Hospital: 610-595-6101, 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Crozer-Keystone Health Network Physicians: 610-497-7518, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Dedicated Assistance Line: Crozer-Keystone Health System provides a dedicated assistance line for persons with a disability and older adults. Please contact 1-800-254-7539 or 1-800-CKHS-KEY.
Note: If you do not connect with a Crozer-Keystone Certified Application Counselor, please leave a VoiceMail message. Someone will get back to you the next business day.