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UCLA Health offers employees a full range of benefits, services and programs.  Most UCLA Health employees are eligible for benefits, the benefits package depends on the length of appointment, how many hours you work, and appointment type. Retirees are eligible based on their age and years of service credit at retirement. Learn more about benefits eligibility. If you are represented by a union, your compensation and benefits are governed by your union's contract.

Eligible UCLA Health employees have a choice of medical plans, dental plans and a vision plan for you and your family members.  Additionally, to help you prepare for the unexpected, UCLA Health offers insurance plans to provide a financial safety net for you and your family. Please visit Health & Welfare to learn more and find information about the plans, your costs, enrolling and de-enrolling, and links to carriers' websites and more.

UCLA Health offers comprehensive retirement benefits, including a pension plan for eligible faculty and staff hired before July 1, 2016 and a choice of primary retirement benefits for those hired on or after July 1, 2016. UCLA Health also offers voluntary retirement savings plans, educational resources to help you prepare for retirement, and retiree health insurance. Please visit Retirement & Savings Plans {hyperlink to subhead open in new page}  to learn more.

Important information for new or newly eligible employees.  You have some important choices to make about your benefits. Remember, from your eligibility date (usually your hire date), you have 31 days to enroll for medical benefits and up to 90 days to choose your primary retirement benefits. Read more about what to do if you're a new employee.

If after reviewing the available information you have additional questions, please visit Contact Information for additional assistance.

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