You can read eligibility information in the Wellness Programs summary plan description, but here are some general guidelines for participation.

U.S.-payroll employees who are eligible for Chevron's health plans.

You don't actually have to be enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate; you just have to be eligible to participate in the plans, if desired. This includes the Medical PPO Plan, Chevron High Deductible Health Plan, Medical HMOs such as Kaiser or HMO Blue Texas, and the Global Choice Plan (U.S.-Payroll Expatriates).

In addition, U.S.-payroll expatriates will participate in the U.S. program described on this site, not the Healthy Heart Program that may be available in your host country.

Your spouse or domestic partner.

Your spouse or domestic partner can participate in Healthy Heart if eligible to be covered by you under Chevron's health plans (although they don't have to be actually enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate). Eligible spouses and domestic partners can use all program resources, including telephone coaching.

Your child dependents age 18 years or older.

Your child dependents age 18 years and older can participate in Healthy Heart if eligible to be covered by you under Chevron's health plans (although they don't have to be actually enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate). Eligible child dependents age 18 years and older cannot use telephone coaching, but all other program tools and resources are available.

Is there anyone who cannot participate in the program?

Retirees, contractors, professional interns, employees on unapproved part-time schedules, casual hires, global offshore payroll employees, and any other individual not eligible for Chevron's U.S. health plans (the Omnibus Health Care Plan) are not eligible for Healthy Heart. Dependents under age 18 cannot participate at this time. If you are a resident expatriate assigned to work in the United States, you are not eligible to participate in this U.S. payroll Healthy Heart Program. You are eligible to participate in the Healthy Heart Program designed for expatriates in the U.S.



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