Kansas Adjutant General's Department
Health Plan and other Benefits

State Employee Health Plan

Link to State Employee Health Plan Website

 

Open Enrollment Starts HERE!

Flu Shot Clinics for Employees
Print Your Caremark ID Card Instructions

STATE EMPLOYEE HEALTH PLAN CONTACTS Email the SEHP at benefits@kdheks.gov.

State Employee Health Plan FAX: 785-368-7180

 

 

 EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT PROGRAM                          

Flu Shots

 

Healthy Kids Program

How to print your Caremark ID Card

  1. Who is eligible for the State Employee Health Plan (SEHP) flu clinics?   Members covered under the (SEHP) who are over age 18 and under age 65.
  2. Why are you limiting shots to those under age 65?  It is our understanding that a different flu shot is recommended for individuals over age 65. We will only be offering the product recommended for those under age 65. Those over age 65 will need to check with their health care provider regarding obtaining the recommended flu shot.
  3. Are children eligible to get their flu shots at the SEHP clinic?
    No. Our vendor only provides shots for members over the age of 18. Check with your physician or health plan for assistance in finding flu shots for children.
  4. Why are flu shots not being given at all State Employee workplaces?  We are not able to offer shots at every location where state employees are located. For those members who are at a location where flu shot clinics are not offered, you have coverage under the SEHP for a flu shot as long as you use a network provider for your health plan. We have attached our health plans’ information on where shots are covered. Please feel free to call the health plan customer service if you have questions about whether or not a provider is eligible under your health plan.
  5. Do I have to pre-register?
    No. Flu shots will be administered on a first-come, first-served basis.
  6. If I am a state employee but not covered by the SEHP, can I get a flu shot and pay at the flu clinic? No. Only covered SEHP members may use the flu clinic. The vendor will not be set up to receive payments from non members. 
  7. What do I need to bring to the flu clinic?  All members will need to bring their Caremark ID card to be eligible for a flu shot. You may also want to bring a pen, as you will need to complete a consent form at the event.
    8. Will the vaccine contain live virus? No, the vaccine contains only deactivated virus cells, no live virus.
 

HealthyKIDS is a pilot program that helps eligible state employees with their premium for children's health insurance coverage in the State Employees Health Plan. State employee families eligible for HealthyKIDS will have 90% of the premium for their covered children paid by the state and be responsible for the remaining 10%.

State employees can apply for the HealthyKIDS progran during Open Enrollment or when a qualifying event happens within the year. New employees to the State of Kansas may apply for HealthyKIDS during their individual enrollment window. If you have questions about the program or what contitues a qualifying event, contact your agency Human Resource Officer.

Applications may take up to 45 days to process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KPERS

 

Deferred Compensation

 KPERS Website

KPERS provides three statewide defined-benefit retirement plans for state and local public employees:

  • Kansas Public Employees Retirement System
  • Kansas Police and Firemen's Retirement System
  • Kansas Retirement System for Judges

The System also oversees the State's Deferred Compensation Plan, a voluntary 457(b) savings plan.

Our membership totals over 281,000 active, inactive and retired members. We also manage approximately $13 billion in assets for our members' benefits.

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Contact Us

  • E-mail: kpers@kpers.org

  • Phone: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. toll-free, 1-888-275-5737
    or in Topeka, 785-296-6166

  • Fax: 785-296-6638

  • Office visit: Please call for an appointment

  • Mail: 611 S. Kansas Ave., Suite 100, Topeka, KS 66603-3869 

 

 Deferred Compensation Website

Our local Topeka Service Center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time), and is located at 212 SW 8th St., Suite 100. You can call ING at (785) 296-7095 or toll-free (800) 232-0024 and press option 5 to arrange an appointment with one of our representatives, or get directions to the office.

Our national Customer service associates (CSAs) are also available by calling the above number, Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Central Time), and pressing 0#.

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Topeka Office

ING Financial Partners, Inc.
212 SW 8th St. Ste. 100
Topeka, Ks. 66603
(785) 296-7095

Topeka Office Contacts

  • Cindy Delfelder, Registered Representative, Case Manager
  • Tracie Haubold, Registered Representative, Support Specialist
  • Jolene Johnson, Registered Representative, Support Specialist
  • Brock Roehler, Registered Representative, Support Specialist

 

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