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Capital Health Plan Announces New Doctors

As Capital Health Plan (CHP) continues to expand to meet its growing membership, it welcomes three new primary care physicians to the family: Dr. Christine Chiu-Geers, Dr. Mary Jane Tucker, and Dr. Cielo Rose. While all of the physicians are familiar to Tallahassee patients, Dr. Rose will be among the medical professionals launching CHP’s new Metropolitan Health Center, opening this month.

posted: October 23, 2019

Capital Health Plan Maintains Top NCQA Ratings

Capital Health Plan (CHP) has continued its recognition as a top national health care provider – receiving a superior distinction from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Each year, NCQA rates health plans across the country, and CHP has earned top ratings since NCQA began comparing health plans in 2005.

posted: October 01, 2019

Retiree Advantage (HMO) Seminar

Attend one of our seminars to learn more about CHP Retiree Advantage (HMO). Retiree Advantage (HMO) is an employer sponsored Medicare Advantage plan offered as a retiree benefit to Medicare eligible retirees and their Medicare eligible dependents. Please call CHP or your employer/former employer to determine if this benefit is available to you. Please RSVP by calling 850-523-7441 or 1-877-247-6512 (TTY 850-383-3534 or 1-877-870-8943).

posted: September 11, 2019

CHP Sponsors Hats & Flats Dance As Part of Continued Support For Tallahassee Seniors

The Tallahassee Senior Center and Capital Health Plan (CHP) are avid supporters of Tallahassee seniors and the local community. This year, they held an inaugural Hats & Flats Dance where seniors were invited to don their finest, most flamboyant hats and their comfiest, most stylish flats while hitting the dance floor.

posted: September 11, 2019

Alzheimer's Project: Forget Me Not Walk

Capital Health Plan is a proud sponsor of the Alzheimer's Project Forget Me Not Walk. This year's walk will be held at Cascades Park with honorary chair, Coach Mike Martin, officiating the event. The walk is a way to honor caregivers and those currently living with the disease and to celebrate the memory of those who have gone before us. For more information, click here.

posted: August 22, 2019

Knowing Where To Get Medical Care

Today, your options for where to get medical care are greater than ever before. You may not even have to leave your home to get the care you want and need. You can choose based on what your health problem is and what works best for you and you don’t have to use one option for all of your health care needs. 

posted: August 06, 2019

5 Ways to Keep an Eye on Your Eye Health This Summer

Summer brings with it fun outdoor activities like lounging on the beach or by the pool, taking vacations, and a host of outdoor sports. But as temperatures heat up and sunshine lasts longer, it is crucial to protect ourselves from more than just sunburns.

posted: July 11, 2019