Officers - Vision

Vision Benefits

All Officers and their covered dependents enrolled in any of the University’s medical plans are covered by a vision benefit through UHC. 

To search for a vision provider, log in to myuhc.com, go to the “COVERAGE & BENEFITS” tab, scroll to Vision and click on "Find a Vision Provider."

Vision Benefits

Plan Comparison

* Child is defined as a member less than age 19.
** Available for either frames and lenses or contact lenses.

Benefits apply both In-Network and Out-of-Network

Note: Provider may require payment in full at the time of service. The patient then submits a claim to UHC for reimbursement.

* Child is defined as a member less than age 19.
** Available for either frames and lenses or contact lenses.

Benefits apply both In-Network and Out-of-Network

Note: Provider may require payment in full at the time of service. The patient then submits a claim to UHC for reimbursement.

* Child is defined as a member less than age 19.
** Available for either frames and lenses or contact lenses.

Benefits apply both In-Network and Out-of-Network

Note: Provider may require payment in full at the time of service. The patient then submits a claim to UHC for reimbursement.

* Child is defined as a member less than age 19.
** Available for either frames and lenses or contact lenses.

Benefits apply both In-Network and Out-of-Network

Note: Provider may require payment in full at the time of service. The patient then submits a claim to UHC for reimbursement.

Information

ID Card

UHC ID cards have member information for medical, vision, and prescription drug coverage. You do not need separate cards for each benefit. After enrolling in a medical plan, it can take three weeks for a UHC ID card to arrive in your mail. If necessary, you can print a temporary UHC ID card two weeks after enrolling. Create an account on myuhc.com to print a temporary ID card. Use your Social Security Number, date of birth, and Group number 712790.