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Beginning January 1, 2017, health coverage choices will depend on if you (or your eligible dependents) are pre-65 (under age 65) or are post-65 (age 65 or over).

Pre-65 Health Coverage

Pre-65 (under age 65) eligible participants will currently continue to be able to participate in generally the same Chevron group health choices. Pre-65 eligible participants will make enrollment choices during the Chevron open enrollment period, October 17 through October 28, 2016.

Post-65 Health Coverage

Post-65 (age 65 and over) eligible participants will only be able to enroll in individual medical, prescription drug, dental and vision coverage through a private health exchange managed by Towers Watson OneExchange. Effective December 31, 2016, Chevron will no longer offer the Chevron Medicare Plus Plan, Chevron Senior Care Plan, Chevron Medicare Standard Plan, the Chevron Medicare Medical HMO Plan, or the Chevron Dental Plan for post-65 participants. Post-65 participants will make enrollment choices with OneExchange in October through December 2016. The Chevron open enrollment period does not apply to post-65 participants.
Read more about 2017 health coverage for post-65 participants.

What about dependents?

The age of eligible participants in your family will dictate if they will enroll in Chevron’s pre-65 group health plans or the post-65 OneExchange individual health options. So, if there are both post-65 and pre-65 eligible participants in your family, pre-65 participants will participate in Chevron group health coverage, and post-65 participants will participate in individual health coverage through OneExchange.

Important Enrollment Milestones

All benefits-eligible retirees and their eligible dependents must enroll in Chevron retiree health coverage upon reaching certain enrollment milestones. If you don't enroll, you will have to wait until the next applicable enrollment milestone, if any, to enroll in the health coverage offered to Chevron retirees. If you miss these select milestones to enroll, you and your eligible dependents may not be able to return to Chevron retiree health coverage in the future. Learn about Chevron Retiree Medical Enrollment Milestones (January 1, 2017).

Beginning in 2017, all benefits-eligible retirees and their eligible dependents must enroll in Chevron retiree health coverage upon reaching certain enrollment milestones. In the past you were permitted to waive Chevron retiree health coverage or drop coverage and re-enroll later during an open enrollment period or other qualifying life event. Effective January 1, 2017, after this one-time enrollment opportunity, you will have to wait until the next applicable enrollment milestone, if any, to enroll in the health coverage offered to Chevron retirees. And there are also new restrictions regarding adding dependents to coverage at a later date. If you miss these select milestones to enroll, you and your eligible dependents may not be able to return to Chevron retiree health coverage in the future. It’s important to read about these milestones prior to the upcoming enrollment period.


Learn About 2017 Plan Changes

The Chevron Medical PPO Plan will be streamlined in 2017. The current Medical PPO Option 2 will still be offered at this time, but Medical PPO Option 1 will no longer be offered. The Medical PPO Option 2 will simply be referred to as the Chevron Medical PPO Plan. You’ll continue to have the flexibility to see whichever provider you’d like – network or out-of-network.

2017 Benefit Information

Useful Forms

Contact Information

This is a new plan option available in 2017. The HDHP Basic is compatible with a health savings account (HSA).

2017 Benefit Information

Useful Forms

Contact Information

Chevron Medical HMO Plans are offered based on your zip code, so not everyone will have this option. With an HMO plan, you must use a provider who's in the network to receive coverage. Otherwise, those services will not be covered (except in emergencies).

Chevron has selected a new claims administrator for the Chevron Dental PPO Plan. Effective January 1, 2017, United Concordia (UCCI) is replaced by Delta Dental (Delta). A new claims administrator typically affects the administration of your plan – for example, the provider network, claims submission, phone numbers, ID cards and website addresses.

Call Delta Dental

  • 1-800-228-0513 (Inside the U.S.)
  • 415-972-8300 (Outside the U.S.)

Visit Delta Online

Chevron has selected a new claims administrator for the Chevron Dental HMO Plans: United Concordia (UCCI) and Cigna Dental. Effective January 1, 2017, DeltaCare USA (Delta) will become the claims administrator for the Dental HMO Plan. A new claims administrator typically affects the administration of your plan – for example, the provider network, claims submission, phone numbers, ID cards and website addresses.

Call Delta

  • 1-800-422-4234 (Inside the U.S.)

Visit Delta Online

The Mental Health and Substance Abuse (MHSA) Plan, administered by Beacon Health Options, provides confidential support for a wide range of personal issues – from everyday challenges to more serious problems. You and your covered dependents have access to support services 24 hours a day for a variety of concerns such as: depression, stress and anxiety, parenting and family problems or relationship difficulties.

For questions about pre-65 Chevron group health coverage contact the Human Resources (HR) Service Center to speak with a Customer Service Representative.

  • 1-888-825-5247 (toll-free inside the U.S.)
  • 610-669-8595 (outside the U.S.)
  • 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific time (8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Central time)
  • Monday through Friday, except holidays.
  • View personal pre-65 health coverage information online on the Benefits Connection website.

For questions about post-65 individual health coverage through OneExchange, contact OneExchange.


Please note: This page applies to U.S. pre-65 eligible retirees and their pre-65 eligible dependents. This page provides only certain highlights of benefits or program provisions. It is not intended to be a complete explanation. If there are any discrepancies between this communication and legal plan documents, the legal documents will prevail to the extent permitted by law. This is not a plan text or a summary plan description. There are no vested rights with respect to Chevron health care plans or any company contributions toward the cost of such health care plans. Rather, Chevron Corporation reserves all rights, for any reason and at any time, to amend, change or terminate these plans or to change or eliminate the company contribution toward the cost of such plans. Such amendments, changes, terminations or eliminations may be applicable without regard to whether someone previously terminated employment with Chevron or previously was subject to a grandfathering provision. Some benefit plans and policies described in this document may be subject to collective bargaining and, therefore, may not apply to union represented employees.

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Benefits Connection uses automatic sign-in technology if you are a current user and you are connected to the Chevron intranet using a GIL workstation or Chevron remote access.

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If you are not connected to the Chevron intranet or this is your first time to use Benefits Connection, automatic sign-in is not available. Please login with your password PIN. If you don't know your PIN or can't find it, you can request a new one in two ways:

  1. Online. Go to the Benefits Connection login screen and choose Forgot Your PIN. If you've set up challenge questions, you will be able to access the website instantly after successfully answering the questions. Otherwise you'll have to use the mail option. It can take up to two weeks to have a new PIN mailed to you.
  2. By Phone. Call the HR Service Center. When prompted to enter your PIN, hold on the line until the system provides you with other options regarding your access. You can request that a new PIN be mailed to you. It can take up to two weeks to receive your PIN in the mail.