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Pensioners

  • Managing my Coverage

    It is important for Plan members to know the rights and responsibilities that accompany participation in the Public Service Health Care Plan. As one of the largest private health care plans in Canada,...

  • Forms and Documents

    *New* PSHCP Relief Provision Click here to apply for the PSHCP Relief Provision (You will be taken to the Public Works and Government Services Canada website)   PSHCP Application Forms To apply to...

  • Who is eligible for coverage

    The Public Service Health Care Plan applies to: federal public service employees;  members of Parliament; federal judges; employees of a number of designated agencies and corporations; veterans who...

  • Contributions

    The Public Service Health Care Plan is funded through contributions from: Treasury Board of Canada, Participating employers, and Plan members. Contribution rates are reviewed and amended from time...

  • Amending my coverage

    Plan members are responsible for ensuring that their coverage meets their needs and their Positive Enrolment information is up to date.  Coverage amendments include switching between Single or...

  • Retirement

    As you approach retirement, you may be thinking about what your health care needs will be in the coming years. Plan members who have retired from the federal public service, the RCMP, and the Canadian...

  • Survivor benefits

    In most cases, your eligible dependants can continue to receive coverage under the Plan in the event of your death. Surviving dependants must complete a Pensioner Application Form, which they can...

  • Hospital (Outside Canada) Provision

    The Hospital (Outside Canada) Provision is available to members (except pensioners) with Comprehensive Coverage. Eligible expenses include reasonable and customary hospital charges for each day of...

  • Pension Offices

    Public Service pensioners Mailing address: Public Works and Government Services CanadaGovernment of Canada Pension Centre Mail Facility150 Dion Blvd.PO Box 8000Matane, QC G4W 4T6 Telephone...

  • Out-of-Province Benefit

    The Out-of-Province Benefit is available only to members with Supplementary Coverage. The benefit consists of the following components: Emergency Benefit while Travelling Emergency Travel...