Health Plan

The APWU Health Plan is one of the five largest health plans in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program, and has been protecting APWU members, retirees and federal employees since 1960.

The APWU offers two great health care options for postal and federal employees and their families.

For more information, visit the APWU Health Plan Web site, www.apwuhp.com, or call or write to:

APWU Health Plan
799 Cromwell Park Drive
Suites K-Z
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Tel: 410-424-2852

Claims-related correspondence should be sent to:

APWU Health Plan
PO Box 1358
Glen Burnie, MD 21060-1358
Tel: 800-222-2798
e-mail: information@apwuhp.com

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APWU Health Plan Makes a Commitment to the Community

(This article first appeared in the July/August 2022 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)

You’ve probably heard of COVID-19 at-home tests but what are they exactly, when are you supposed to use them, and what do the test  results mean?

An at-home over-the-counter (OTC) test is a rapid antigen test that offers a quick and easy way to screen for COVID-19. These diagnostic tests are FDA authorized for self-testing at home. This means you collect your own sample, perform the test, and read the result yourself without the need to send a sample to a laboratory

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Attend a Medicare 101 Meeting

APWU Health Plan has made it easy for retirees to understand the Medicare Advantage enhanced benefits. Medicare 101 meetings guide you through the information - you can attend a virtual meeting by phone or online or prerecorded versions to watch at your leisure.

Click here for more information: uhcvirtualretiree.com/apwuhp/meetings 

Attend a Health Seminar

Each year, Open Season runs from the Monday of the second full workweek in November through the Monday of the second full workweek in December. During Open Season 2021, APWU Health Plan is hosting a series of virtual health fairs for employers, postal workers, federal employees, and retirees who are eligible for the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Program.

Click here to register: www.apwuhp.com/virtual-open-season-health-fairs/