News & Updates

How do I change my name?

You may call or email Member Services to request a name change. In order to approve the name change, our Eligibility Department will need one supporting document such as: certified marriage certificate, new driver’s license, divorce decree, court order, etc. You may either email (memberservices@peb.nv.gov) or mail your supporting documents to 901 S. Stewart St. Suite...

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How do I terminate my PEBP retiree benefits?

A retiree can decline the retiree insurance anytime by submitting a written request to PEBP to decline all benefits including medical, dental, vision, prescription drug coverage, basic life insurance, voluntary life insurance (if applicable), Years of Service premium subsidy, and Exchange-HRA contribution (if applicable).

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How do I change my contact information (address, email, phone number) with PEBP?

You are welcome to call Member Services at (775) 684-7000 or toll free (800) 326-5496  to change any of your contact information over the telephone, however, they are unable to take requests via email for security purposes. You may also login to your E-PEBP account to update your personal information, including your address, phone number, and email.  Please...

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I am retired and not eligible for premium-free Medicare Part A, how do I remain on the PEBP plan?

If you are retired and nearing age 65, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration to request a premium-free Part A denial letter. You will also need to purchase Part B coverage. Submit copies of the Part A denial letter and Part B card to PEBP. If you are ineligible for premium-free Part...

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I am retired and Medicare eligible, how do I transition to the Medicare Exchange program offered by PEBP?

If you are retired and nearing age 65, you will need to contact the Social Security Administration to apply for premium-free Medicare Part A and purchase Part B coverage. Submit a copy of your Medicare card to PEBP. You then need to contact Via Benefits to enroll in a medical plan. The PEBP and Medicare Guide offers further instructions...

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I am newly married and want to be covered under my spouse’s plan, how do I decline PEBP’s coverage

Within 60 days from the date of the event, contact PEBP to request a Benefit Enrollment and Change form. You will select the “Marriage” event and decline coverage. You will need to submit a copy of your marriage certificate and proof of new employer-group healh insurance.

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How do I remove a dependent from my plan?

Within 60 days of the date of the event, login to the E-PEBP Portal. Once logged in, select “Quick Actions” then “Enroll/Make Changes,” next select your life event from the list. The system will guide you through the steps. Once you have completed the online process, you will need to submit your supporting documentation.

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How do I add a dependent to my plan?

Within 60 days of the date of the event, login to the E-PEBP Portal. Once logged in, select “Quick Actions” then “Enroll/Make Changes,” next select your life event from the list. The system will guide you through the steps. Once you have completed the online process, you will need to submit your supporting documentation. You...

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How do I remove my ex-spouse/ex-domestic partner from my medical plan?

Within 60 days from the date of the event, login to the E-PEBP Portal. Once logged in, select “Quick Actions” then “Enroll/Make Changes,” next select your life event from the list. The system will guide you through the steps. Once you have completed the online process, you will need to submit your supporting documentation. You...

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How do I add a spouse/domestic partner to my plan?

Within 60 days from the date of the event, login to the E-PEBP Portal. Once logged in, select “Quick Actions” then “Enroll/Make Changes,” next select your life event from the list. The system will guide you through the steps. Once you have completed the online process, you will need to submit your supporting documentation. You...

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