The Kaiser Permanente Bridge Program is uniquely designed to help those who are uninsured and have low income pay for a Kaiser Permanente for Individual and Families (KPIF) health plan. As a Community Benefit initiative, we will subsidize the full monthly premium months from the time of enrollment until December 31 of the enrollment year. Subscribers may reapply annually at the discretion of Kaiser Permanente if they continue to meet the program eligibility requirements. Coverage under the KPIF health plan includes preventive services, hospitalization, comprehensive pharmacy and more.
Enrollment into The Kaiser Permanente Bridge Program is limited; Kaiser Permanente reserves the right to stop accepting new enrollments at any time without prior notice.
beginning November 2023.
As a participant of Zion Hill CDC you have access to the Kaiser Permanente Bridge Program. The Bridge Program is a comprehensive medical health plan that provides coverage, at no cost to you. Coverage includes preventive services, hospitalization, comprehensive pharmacy and more.
- The applicant must be actively enrolled with a participating community partner.
- All applicants, and applying dependents, must live in Kaiser Permanente’s metro Atlanta 20 county service area.1
- The annual aggregate household income for the applicant must be less than the current income guidelines of 100% FPL for enrollment. For families/households with more than 6 people, add $5,140 for each additional person per year.
- The applicant and all applying dependents cannot be eligible for or enrolled in any other health insurance program including Medicare, Medicaid, PeachCare for Kids, and employer-sponsored health care.
- All child dependents must be younger than 26.
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