PG&E-sponsored retiree medical coverage provides medical, prescription drug and mental health/substance use disorder benefits for eligible retirees and their families.
You MUST report your Intent to Retire and your last day on employee payroll to the PG&E Benefits Service Center.
For a summary of how to elect PG&E-sponsored retiree medical coverage, download the Retiree Medical Quick Start Guide.
For details about how to start your PG&E-sponsored retiree medical coverage, download Your Retiree Medical and Postretirement Life Insurance Guide.
Do you have to pay the entire amount? Not if you have a Retiree Medical Savings Account (RMSA) or the Retiree Medical Employer Contribution (RMEC). These PG&E subsidies help pay for your PG&E-sponsored retiree medical coverage. You pay the rest every month through automatic deductions from your pension or by writing a check. Additionally, you may also be eligible for a Retiree Health Account. Check out the Retiree Health Account Cheat Sheet for eligibility details, as well as information on how to file claims for reimbursement.
Download the monthly premiums for PG&E-sponsored retiree medical plans: