As a local health plan loyal to the Big Bend area, Capital Health Plan (CHP) enjoys a strong connection with the community. With our upcoming support for Tallahassee-Leon County’s Family Day, the Big Bend Heart Walk, the Turkey Trot, and the Winterfest we hope to see our members out having fun and staying healthy by being active in the community.
posted: November 17, 2021
Capital Health Plan (CHP) proudly welcomes two primary care physicians to its family of medical professionals: Dr. Angela M. Bradford and Dr. Simon J. Lopez. With the addition of these medical practitioners, CHP continues to expand and further provide its members with improved clinical access and affordable care.
posted: October 22, 2021
CHP earns only 5-star rating for health care plans in Tallahassee
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Capital Health Plan (CHP) has once again been recognized as a national health care leader, earning a 5-out-of-5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and 4.5 stars for both its Medicare and Private health insurance plans from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
posted: October 15, 2021
Capital Health Plan (CHP) is a proud sponsor of the Tallahassee Senior Citizens Foundation’s 19th Annual Silver Stars Gala. The event recognizes individuals who have made a positive impact in the local community since turning 60. The 2021 Silver Stars Gala dinner celebration at the FSU University Center honors the nine “Silver Stars” for their dedicated service in the local community.
The 2021 “Silver Stars” honorees are:
posted: July 28, 2021
Happy July! We’re right in the middle of summer -- a time to relax, spend time with family, and enjoy the sunshine. Although Florida is a dream summer destination, it also has scorching temperatures. According to Weather Atlas, July is the hottest month of the year in Florida, with average temperatures in the 90s.
posted: July 01, 2021
Capital Health Plan is a proud sponsor of this year’s 12th annual Capital City Senior Games, and we want to congratulate all the athletes who competed in this year's events.
posted: June 08, 2021
Florida State University medical student Jimmy Brown, who grew up in the Panhandle town of Hosford (pop. 704), has made a lasting impression of small-town humility and compassion with the Tallahassee physician-faculty members who taught him the intricacies of patient care over the last few years.
posted: March 19, 2021