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In the Marketplace, you can shop around and compare private health insurance options. In addition, you may be eligible for a new tax credit that lowers your monthly premium or a reduction in certain cost-sharing. However, please note that if your employer health coverage meets the health plan standards per PPACA (see below) you will not be eligible for the tax credit through the Marketplace and will likely want to enroll in one of your employer health plans. Open enrollment for health insurance coverage through the Marketplace occurs in the fall of each year for coverage starting as early as January 1 of the following calendar year.

By accepting health insurance through the Marketplace, you forfeit any employer contribution to the employer-offered coverage. Any premiums for health coverage bought on the marketplace will be paid from taxed dollars, whereas, any premiums paid for employer-based health coverage will be paid out of pre-taxed dollars.

Health Plan Standards per PPACA

Health Plan Standards per PPACA

Cost of health plan coverage for the individual employee (and not any other members of your family) is 9.61% or less of household income


Health plan coverage meets the “minimum value” standard set by the Affordable Care Act

Spartanburg Regional Health Coverage

Spartanburg Regional Health Coverage

Basic information about health coverage offered by Spartanburg Regional:

We offer a health plan to all full-time and part-time associates.

We extend coverage to any dependents age 26 or below and to your spouse as long as your spouse does not have the option of health coverage through his/her job Spartanburg Regional’s health coverage meets the minimum value standard and the cost of this coverage to you is intended to be affordable, based on employee wages. Therefore, full-time and part-time associates will not be eligible for the new tax credit through the Marketplace.

More Information

For more information about health plans offered by Spartanburg Regional, please check the summary plan document on the HUB, the  Benefits Information Guide or contact Spartanburg Regional at 864-560-6000.

For more information about coverage through the Marketplace please visit

Required Marketplace Information

Required Marketplace Information

You will need the following information about Spartanburg Regional’s health coverage should you decide to purchase coverage in the Market. The information below is numbered to correspond to the Marketplace application.

3. Employer Name

Spartanburg Regional Health System

4. Employer Identification Number (EIN)


5. Employer Address

101 East Wood Street

6. Employer Phone Number


7. City


8. State


9. Zip Code


10. Who can we contact about employee health coverage at this job?

SRHS Human Resources Office


11. Phone Number (if different from above)


12. Email Address

[email protected]