- If you have a question regarding your pension, please contact your former employer.
- If you are eligible for ANY part of Medicare, you are not eligible for the PPO option of coverage and you must notify the Trust immediately.
Creditable Coverage Letter
Go to Benefits and enter your Local to find your current Creditable Coverage Letter.
Medicare Part D and the Trust
Please note that the Trust is not a supplement to Medicare Part D. If you enroll in Medicare Part D coverage, your Trust pharmacy coverage will be cancelled, although you may retain your other medical benefits coverage with the Trust.
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Trust
G.M.P. - Employers Retiree Trust, is a retiree-only plan. Therefore, the retiree Trust is not subject to certain rules set forth in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. For example, retiree-only plans are not required to: • Offer free preventive health benefits • Remove annual and lifetime limits on how much they will spend on medical care • Remove limits on emergency health care
As a retiree, you are automatically enrolled in the life insurance benefit. This benefit is provided at no cost to you.