Public Employees Extended Health Care Plan
For Employees and Retirees
These Plans provide protection and security in meeting health care needs. They provide coverage of certain medical services and supplies given or ordered by a physician that are not reimbursed or partially reimbursed from the provincial medical plan.
Registration questions: GroupNet Customer Contact Centre at 1-800-957-9777
Claim inquiries: Canada Life at 1-800-957-9777.
How to Enrol
You must complete and submit a Benefit Plan Enrolment Form * to the:
Human Resource Service Centre
2100 Broad Street
REGINA SK S4P 1Y5
Your Human Resource Team
You must apply for coverage no later than 60 days after you retire.
Your coverage ends when you are:
- no longer eligible;
- you stop paying the required premiums; or
- the policy terminates, whichever is earliest.
Eligibility for benefits
PS/GE SGEU and CUPE 600-3 or 600-5
You are eligible to take part in the Plan after you have completed six months of continuous employment.
Out-of-scope Management Employees
You are eligible to take part in the plan on the date your employment begins.
Group Policy Number
- PS/GE SGEU and CUPE 600 employees – Group Policy Number 168850
- Out-of-Scope employees – Group Policy Number 168853
If you retire on the first day of the month, you may be immediately eligible to participate if you meet all requirements.
If you retire on a day other than the first day of the month, you maybe eligible to participate if you meet all requirements on the first day of the next month.
Employee Communications for Retirees (January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022)
Retiree Group Policy Numbers:
PS/GE SGEU Retirees - Group Policy # 168851
CUPE 600 Retirees - Group Policy # 168852
Out-of-Scope Retirees - Group Policy # 168854
To sign up for direct deposit, have your bank account information handy and either:
Register and log into GroupNet for Plan Members to sign up for direct deposit online; or