Our Mission & History
In 1982, a group of Tallahassee’s civic leaders came together to create a quality, affordable health care system to meet the health needs of the community. Forty years later, Capital Health Plan has become a national health care leader. We started with 5,000 members and a network of 75 doctors. We’ve now grown to more than 135,000 members with a broad network of more doctors, hospitals and other health care providers throughout our service area.
A key component of CHP’s delivery system is its employed medical staff, who practice in three state-of-the-art health centers CHP has developed to serve its membership. These health centers are equipped with electronic medical records and can accommodate a broad range of preventive, primary, and specialty care services including evening and weekend urgent care, lab, x-ray, digital mammography, ultrasound, colon screening, eye care services, wound care, and a center focused on the needs of chronically ill members. CHP’s ability to offer this highly organized component of its delivery system provides unique opportunities for adding value. The staff model of CHP’s delivery system is the engine of our program, consistently driving better results on measures of clinical care, member satisfaction, and affordability.
As a not-for-profit HMO, we exist to improve the health of our communities by providing high quality, comprehensive health plans with low administrative costs, through primary care focused, patient-centered healthcare.
Service Areas & Locations
Capital Health Plan provides comprehensive and affordable health care to our members in the Tallahassee area. We proudly serve Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, and Wakulla counties in Florida.
Capital Health Plan offers our members something unique — exclusive access to three high-quality health centers. CHP Health Centers offer a broad range of preventive, primary, and specialty care services including evening and weekend urgent care, lab services, x-ray digital mammography, colon screening, eye care services, wound care, and a center focused on the needs of chronically ill members.
At Capital Health Plan, we strive to help everyone in our community maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. That’s why we support community events, programs for local schools, and much more.
What Others Say
Capital Health Plan is the one of the highest-rated plans in Florida and among the highest-rated plans in the nation, according to NCQA's Health Insurance Plan Ratings. Read more about our plans and their ratings.
Review Capital Health Plan's Financial Statements.
Download our Financial Statement from December 31, 2022 and 2021.
Download our Financial Statement from December 31, 2021 and 2020.
Download our Financial Statement from December 31, 2020 and 2019.
Final Rate Determination
The Florida Administrative Code requires that all individual and small group carriers obtain approval of their premium rates from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR). In addition, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that all weighted average rate increases in the individual and small group markets that exceed a stipulated threshold (currently 15%), must be assessed to determine if they are "reasonable". Read more about our Final Rate Determination.