A brief video about our two medical plan options at Piedmont
Scheduled to work at least 64 hours per pay period
Scheduled to work at least 32 hours per pay period
Includes spouse/domestic partner and your children under age 26
PRNs are eligible to participate in the PRN MyHealth360 medical and prescription drug plan.
Contact the Piedmont HR Service Center at 678-503-1900
You must report the event within 31 days of the event date to qualify for coverage changes
You may be required to provide supporting documentation
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Make an appointment with a Piedmont Benefits Counselor—available in-person or by phone—to discuss your benefits, review your core and voluntary options and get help with enrollment.
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This website is not inclusive of all situations and is provided for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be an official legal document. If there are conflicts between the website and IRS regulations, the member handbook, or the Summary Plan Description (SPD), IRS regulations, the member handbook, and the SPD will govern.
Coverage is included for full-time employees scheduled to work at least 64 hours per pay period and part-time employees scheduled to work at least 32 hours per pay period.
In addition to enrolling yourself in Piedmont’s benefit plans, you also may choose to cover your eligible dependents. Eligible dependents include:
To contain health benefit costs for our employees and all eligible dependents, when you enroll your dependents in Piedmont’s medical plan for the first time, you will be required by an independent verifier (Aon Hewitt) to provide documentation of your dependents’ eligibility. If you do not respond to the request, or if a dependent is determined ineligible for such coverage, then coverage will end on the last day of the month of cancellation and such dependent will be ineligible for COBRA coverage. If you are enrolling new dependents in medical coverage for the first time, please watch for a mailing from the Dependent Verification Center and be sure to respond timely.
If your spouse/domestic partner has medical coverage available through his/her employer, he/she is not eligible to enroll in Piedmont’s medical coverage. Domestic partner coverage is available for medical, dental and vision benefits. You will be required to complete a Domestic Partner Affidavit, and you will be taxed on the full cost of the benefit for your domestic partner.
When you enroll your dependents in our benefit programs, you will be required by an independent verifier to provide documentation of your dependents’ eligibility.
Your spouse/domestic partner is eligible for coverage under the Piedmont benefit plans if they are:
Piedmont benefits may be considered secondary. Please refer to your Summary Plan Description to determine which plan is primary.
If you are a PRN employee, there is a separate Open Enrollment window to review and make changes to your current medical election. Please watch your email for information to come soon. If you have questions, contact the Piedmont HR Service Center at 678-503-1900.