COBRA is a federal law that requires the County to offer employees and their families the opportunity to continue their medical/dental or MERP coverage when they end by paying the full cost of the premiums. 

Following a loss of coverage, you'll receive a COBRA notice with pricing and enrollment information to your home address (and/or dependent's home address).

State and local government employees seeking more information about rights under Public Health Service Act (PHSA), including COBRA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and other laws affecting group health plans, should visit the HHS-CMS website.

COBRA Medical/Dental Costs

2019

2019 COBRA Costs for Local 88, Non-Represented, MCCDA, & Painters (pdf).

2019 COBRA Costs for JCSS, ONA, IBEW, and Physicians (pdf)

2019 COBRA Costs for FOPPO, DSA/CD, IUOE, and Prosecuting Attorneys (pdf).

2018

2018 COBRA Premium Costs Local 88, Non-Represented, ONA, JCSS, IBEW, Physicians, & Painters (pdf)

2018 COBRA Premium Costs MCCDA, DSA, FOPPO, IUOE, & Prosecuting Attorneys (pdf)

COBRA Plans

2019 Medical Plan Comparison Moda 400 Kaiser 10/20 (131.87 KB) - For former members of Local 88, Non-Represented, ONA, JCSS, IBEW, Physicians, and Painters

2019 Medical Plan Comparison (Perf-Pref-KP) (136.56 KB)

COBRA Forms

COBRA Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Form (29.64 KB)