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|SilverScript (Medicare Part D)|
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|Retiree Benefits Vendors|
|COBRA and Continuing Benefits|
Turning Age 65
Your Retiree Health premium pays for your DCMS plan and the base premium for your Medicare Part D plan. If you are a Dartmouth Retiree meeting the basic eligibility requirements for the Dartmouth College Retiree Health plan, you may receive a subsidy from Dartmouth College toward your Retiree Health premium, based on age and years of benefit-eligible service. Your specific subsidy percentage would have been communicated to you in a letter from the Benefits Office at the time that subsidy percentage was calculated. If you need to confirm your subsidy percentage, please contact the Benefits Office.
Once you are enrolled in a Dartmouth retiree health plan, you will begin receiving a monthly invoice from Dartmouth College for any unsubsidized portion of your household retiree medical insurance costs. If you do not owe a premium, you will not receive an invoice. If you have questions about your billing, please contact Accounts Receivable at Student.Financial.Services@Dartmouth.edu or (603) 646-3899.
As a Dartmouth Retiree you can elect to continue your dental plan and/or flexible spending account (FSA) through the Federal COBRA program if you are a participating member of those plans at the time of your retirement. Crosby Benefits Systems is Dartmouth's contracted COBRA manager and will contact you shortly after you retire to invite you to continue these benefits through them. Premiums are paid directly to Crosby Benefits to continue the elected benefits. Please see the following links for additional information:
Continuing Your Life Insurance:
Your life insurance as an active employee is a term life policy that ends on the last day of the month in which you retire. MetLife will contact you by mail shortly after you have retired, to give you the opportunity to continue your life insurance through them. You may contact MetLife directly at: http://www.MetLife.com or by calling (800)-638-6420
Long Term Care Nursing Home Insurance:
To continue your Long Term Care policy through CNA upon leaving Dartmouth, please call (800) 528-4582 and select option 2 for billing. You will want to request to be billed directly after you are no longer receiving a salary from Dartmouth College
Expiration of Email Accounts:
Retirement Plans - What To Do?
Retired Employee Death Benefit:
Individuals who retired from Dartmouth on or before December 31, 2010 are entitled to a $5,000 Retired Employee Death Benefit from the College. Employees name a beneficiary for this benefit at retirement and can change that beneficiary at any time.
In the event you are reemployed into an active benefits-eligible position (and your break in benefits-eligible service was more than one year), you will be considered a "new employee" and will not be eligible for a subsidy from Dartmouth toward retiree health insurance. New employees will have access to retiree health insurance plans at the Dartmouth group rate once they satisfy the eligibility period again, but will be responsible for the full premium cost. Breaks in benefits-eligible service of one year or less will not affect retiree eligibility.
* Important: Retirees reemployed in a temporary position may work full or part-time up to 9 consecutive months. At that time, their position would be reviewed for reclassification as a regular position. If reclassified as regular and working an average of 20 hours a week or more, you will be considered a "new employee" for benefits purposes and the Re-Employment rules noted above will apply.
Getting Your Retiree ID:
Retiree ID photos are taken at the Dartmouth Card Office in the basement of '53 Commons (the old Thayer Dining Hall). You will need to provide a temporary Retiree ID card, which will be provided to you during your retirement meeting with the Benefits Office. The Dartmouth Card Office will then take your photo and give you a new ID card that will replace your active employee ID card upon your retirement. '53 Commons is located behind the Collis Studen Center at the corner of the Dartmouth green. Click here for additional information.
Please contact the Benefits Office at Human.Resources.Benefits@Dartmouth.edu or (603) 646-3744, if you would like to suggest an educational opportunity for our retiree population or if there's more information you would like to see listed.
The Benefits Office:
7 Lebanon Street, Suite 203,
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-2112
Last Updated: 5/13/14