Important information about your 2018 health insurance
November 1st through December 15th is the open enrollment period for individuals/families who are uninsured, have Medicaid or a commercial insurance plan purchased through the healthcare marketplace that was established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). King’s Daughters has once again partnered with the vendor Enroll 365 to assist patients in choosing a plan that best fits their needs as well as helping them with enrollment – at no charge to the customer.
There are some very important changes in the health insurance marketplaces this year, and these changes may impact you and your family in 2018. We value the trust you place in us as your medical provider and we are here to provide you and your family with the highest quality healthcare – at a price you can afford.
Enrolling in a new plan for 2018
• The window for signing up for insurance for 2018 is much shorter than in years past. You have from Wednesday, November 1, until Friday, December 15. There is no grace period this year.
You don’t have to figure this process out on your own. We have easy enrollment solutions available.
King's Daughters health insurance enrollment service
There are many plans to choose from and we want to make sure you can easily enroll in the best coverage for your needs. We have licensed experts available on-site and by telephone to take you through the process—from application submission to the first paid premium. You may even qualify for a premium discount!
This service is for everyone, whether you are a current patient or not. We also can assist any of your friends and family that need health insurance.
Dedicated enrollment line - call now: 1-888-612-8101
or enroll online at enroll365.org/KDMC
Open enrollment begins Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017.
Please accept our invitation for free health insurance enrollment support, and thank you again for choosing King's Daughters. We look forward to providing you and your family with high quality healthcare for many years to come.
The Team at King's Daughters Health System