Boeing Open Enrollment Starts Friday, Nov. 7
Published November 3, 2014
Starting Friday, Nov. 7, Boeing employees will be able to select the Providence-Swedish Health Alliance through Boeing’s Preferred Partnership program during open enrollment. With the Providence-Swedish Health Alliance, eligible Boeing employees will be able to choose from thousands of primary care doctors and specialists at Providence, Swedish, The Everett Clinic, Edmonds Family Medicine, Minor & James, Pacific Medical Centers, The Polyclinic, Proliance Surgeons and Western Washington Medical Group.
Plus, as members of the Providence-Swedish Health Alliance, Boeing employees will receive a better patient experience while significantly lowering their monthly health care costs.
If they select the Providence-Swedish Health Alliance during open enrollment, eligible Boeing employees will benefit from:
- A comprehensive network to meet any health care need
- Broad network of providers & locations
- Great care from first-class doctors, clinics and hospitals
- Thousands of primary care providers and specialists
- More than 30 options for hospital, emergency room, urgent care or walk-in clinic services in the Puget Sound area
- Greater access to care
- Ability to email their provider and access medical records from a computer or smartphone
- Access to a 24/7 Nurse Care line
- A dedicated, toll-free Concierge Service to help Boeing employees navigate the road to good health and connect them with providers
- Lower monthly cost when compared to alternate options
As the Puget Sound’s largest employer, everyone knows someone who works at Boeing. So encourage your Boeing friends to find out if they are eligible for Boeing’s Preferred Partnership program, and to visit http://boeing.pshealthalliance.org.