• Spiritual connection weaves service and community together

    Spiritual connection weaves service and community together

    Brenda Arnold-Scott serves residents and a higher power. Read More
  • The landscape of HAS: A team endeavor

    The landscape of HAS: A team endeavor

    Meet the team of airport employees who help Houston make a colorful first impression. Read More
  • Learning curve: Summer interns share experiences on the job

    Learning curve: Summer interns share experiences on the job

    It's that time of year when employees welcome new faces to the City of Houston workforce. Read More
  • Abandoned to adored: BARC employee rescues starving horse

    Abandoned to adored: BARC employee rescues starving horse

    Trigger left his troubles in the dust when he rode off into the sunset with BARC animal enforcement officer Elisa Salazar. Read More
  • How is the city connecting residents to free city services?

    How is the city connecting residents to free city services?

    The city’s Housing and Community Development Department is taking steps to promote its various services and programs via its Housing Outreach Team. Literally. Find out how and why. Read More
  • Calling all Interns:  Give us your feedback

    Calling all Interns:  Give us your feedback

    The City of Houston welcomed a new group of interns in June. City Savvy wants to hear about their internship experiences. Email elise.marrion@houstontx.gov. Read More
  • Pension legislation ensures sustainable solution for the future

    Pension legislation ensures sustainable solution for the future

    Mayor Sylvester Turner addressed employees to acknowledge the collaboration and shared sacrifice required to pass pension legislation. Read More
  • Beat the Heat program breathes cool air into Houston

    Beat the Heat program breathes cool air into Houston

    City partners with Reliant to help residents beat summer heat. Read More
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  • Three provider groups
    • Kelsey Seybold
    • Memorial Hermann
    • Renaissance
  • Primary Care Physicians
    • Required for Memorial Hermann & Renaissance
    • Not required for Kelsey Seybold
  • Family members may have different provider groups and PCPs
  • Copayments
  • $150 individual / $450 family medical services deductible
  • $4,500 individual / $9,000 family out-of-pocket maximum
  • Four-tier prescription plan with $100 individual / $300 family deductible