The Watchtower IS an insurance plan???

by YoursChelbie 6 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • YoursChelbie

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    Following is a list of insurance plans accepted at Graduate Hospital. We recommend that you call our admissions office at (215) 893-2520 if you have additional questions about your insurance.

    Aetna U.S. Healthcare

    AmeriChoice of Pennsylvania, Inc.

    AmeriHealth, Inc.

    Cigna Healthcare Pennsylvania

    Comp Services, Inc./Focus

    CorVel Corporation

    Elder Health Pennsylvania HMO, Inc.


    Fidelity Benefit Administrators

    First Health Network

    First Managed Care Option/Active Care, Inc.

    ForMost, Inc.

    Fortified Provider Network, Inc.

    Health Care Solutions, Inc.

    Health Net f.k.a. PHS Health Plans

    Health Partners of Philadelphia

    Independence Blue Cross

    Independence Blue Cross Personal Choice

    Keystone Health Plan East

    Keystone Mercy Health Plan, Inc.

    MultiPlan, Inc.

    Sierra Military Health Services/CHAMPUS

    Teamsters Health and Welfare Fund


    United Healthcare Insurance Company

    Watchtower Bible and Tract Society

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  • YoursChelbie

    I saw this and didn't know what to make of it.

    Maybe it has to do with the plan that covers the CO or DO's?

    I wonder who pays the premiums?


  • daniel-p

    The Society has contracts with outside insurance companies covering all Bethelites, CO's and DO's. Your Bethel ID doubles as an insurance card if you wind up in a hospital.

  • Elsewhere

    The WTS is self-insured.

  • daniel-p

    "The WTS is self-insured."

    I don't know about that. When I was at Bethel, the Bethelites were insured but these were contract with outside insurance companies. At least that's the way it was when I was there in the early part of this decade.

  • YoursChelbie

    I was wondering if they would ever consider giving the many pioneers who have part time jobs this type health coverage.

    Seems like that is the least they could do for them. The WTS is always preaching how in their organization there are no "class distinctions."


  • greendawn

    They don't differ much from the despised worldly people when it comes to meterialism and esteeming others according to their economic status. They certainly have class didtinctions.

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