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Louisiana OGB announces expanded schedule of annual enrollment meetings
 

Louisiana-house-reps The Office of Group Benefits (OGB) has expanded its schedule of annual enrollment meetings across the state.  These meetings will help to inform active and retired enrollees about the new benefit options being offered through OGB. Over 230,000 active and retired state employees and their dependents receive their health insurance through OGB and these meetings provide detailed information about the 2015 plan options. Attendees are encouraged to bring their decision guides and insurance cards.

 

Alexandria/Pineville

WHERE:        Country Inn and Suites Convention Center

                        2727 Monroe Hwy,

                        Pineville, LA 71360

                        (Overflow space if needed)

                        720 ā€œEā€ Street, Camp Beauregard, Main Gate, Gate 1

                        Pineville, LA 71360

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Monday, October 13

                        10:00 AM12:30 PM (NEW), and 3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Tuesday, October 14

                        9:00 AM11:30 AM, and 3:00 PM (NEW)

Lafayette

WHERE:        Heymann Center

                        1373 South College Road,

                        Lafayette, LA 70503

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Monday, October 13

                        10:30 AM12:45 PM (NEW), and 3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Tuesday, October 14

                        8:00 AM (NEW), 10:30 AM, and 2:00 PM

Hammond

WHERE:        SELU Arena

                        University Avenue,

                        Hammond, LA 70403

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Tuesday, October 14

                        3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Tuesday, October 14

                        10:00 AM and 1:00 PM

New Orleans

WHERE:        UNO University Center Ballroom

                        2000 Lakeshore Drive,

                        New Orleans, LA 70148

                        (Overflow space if needed)

                        Lindy Boggs Conference Center

                        2045 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 248

                        New Orleans, LA 70122

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Thursday, October 16

                        10:00 AM12:30 PM (NEW), and 3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Friday, October 17

                        10:00 AM1:00 PM, and 3:30 PM (NEW)

Houma

WHERE:        Houma Civic Center

                        346 Civic Center Blvd,

                        Houma, LA 70360

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Thursday, October 16

                        1:00 PM and 3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Friday, October 17

                        10:00 AM and 1:00 PM

West Bank

WHERE:        Jefferson Parish Public School System Administration Building, Board Room

                        501 Manhattan Blvd,

                        Harvey, LA 70058

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Friday, October 17

                        3:00 PM (NEW) and 5:30 PM (NEW)

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Friday, October 17

                        10:00 AM (NEW) and 12:30 PM (NEW)

Bossier City

WHERE:        Bossier City Civic Center

                        620 Benton Road,

                        Bossier City, LA 71111

WHEN:          Meeting for Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees

                        Tuesday, October 21

                        10:00 AM12:30 PM (NEW), and 3:00 PM

                        Meeting for Retirees with Medicare

                        Wednesday, October 22

                        10:00 AM1:00 PM, and 3:00 PM (NEW)


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