Health & Welfare

DENTAL AND HEARING AIDS

Local 213 Electrical Workers’ Welfare Plan processes your Dental/Hearing Aid Claims (not Pacific Blue Cross). Identity cards are not issued

 

DENTAL/HEARING AIDS

The Plan will pay up to $2,500.00 per family for dental work done and/or hearing aids purchased within the calendar year.

 

Dental

Payment will be made on presentation of the following:

An ORIGINAL PAID RECEIPT and an ORIGINAL STANDARD DENTAL CLAIM FORM which shows the date of service, amount of payment and name of member (or dependent). If there is another plan involved with a claim, members must provide copies of this coverage along with the above originals.

Effective January 1, 2013, payment for dental can be made directly to your dentist.

 

Note: Unnecessary or cosmetic dentistry, including bleaching and veneers, are not covered by this Plan expect with the consent of the Plan Trustees.

 

Any dental expenses resulting from an accidental injury are covered under your extended heath plan, please check your Pacific Blue Cross brochure for details.

 

Hearing Aids

Payment will be made on presentation of the following:

 

An ORIGINAL ITEMIZED PAID RECEIPT indicating who the hearing aid was purchased for and the method of payment.

 

Note: Hearing aids for dependent children under twenty-one years of age are covered under your extended health plan, please check your Pacific Blue Cross brochure for details.

 

**Please be advised that the Plan Trustees have the ability to pro-rate coverage.  Members with less than 4 months of coverage in the calendar year will be pro-rated to 1/12 of the dental limit for each month of coverage.

 

**The last day of payment for dental and hearing aid claims will be March 31st of the following year.

 

 

 

Forward your ORIGINAL PAID RECEIPT and STANDARD DENTAL CLAIM FORM for dental or yourORIGINAL ITEMIZED PAID RECEIPT for hearing aids to:

Local 213 Electrical Workers Welfare Plan

1424 Broadway Street

Port Coquitlam, B.C.

V3C 5W2

 

Please include the following:

Members name

Address

Members Social Insurance Number

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: What is a Standard Dental Claim Form and how do I get one?

 

A: A Standard Dental Claim Form outlines the work performed by the dentist and is supplied by the dental office.

 

Q: What is an itemized paid receipt and how do I get one?

 

A: An itemized paid receipt is issued by the hearing aid supplier and must indicate the date of the purchase, the person the hearing aid or aids are for and the method of payment.