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Trio HMO plan

Your Trio HMO plan just got even better!
California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) was added to the SFHSS Trio HMO network
As of April 1, 2019, California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco is part of the SFHSS Trio HMO network,* giving you access to one of the largest medical centers in San Francisco.

That means more doctors for you to choose from and more access to the quality of care you are used to.

If you have issues with CPMC accepting your Trio HMO plan when you visit a CPMC provider, please contact Shield Concierge for immediate assistance at (855) 747-5800, 7 a.m.–7 p.m., Monday–Friday.
*CPMC inclusion in the Trio HMO network is exclusive to the SFHSS custom network and not available with any other Trio HMO network.

Plan highlights

Trio HMO is made up of a network of local doctors, specialists and hospitals that work closely together to coordinate your care. The goal of Trio HMO is to ensure that all aspects of your care are more connected to help improve your overall well-being, whether it be managing a chronic disease or reducing your stay at a hospital. Through this coordination, care is delivered more efficiently, resulting in lower monthly premiums than our Access+ HMO® plan.

When you enroll in Trio HMO for the first time, you must choose a primary care physician (PCP) for yourself and your covered dependents. Each member of your family can choose a different physician and medical group/Independent Practice Association (IPA).

NEW for 2019, when you enroll or renew in Trio HMO and participate in the wellness program by getting your annual preventive care exam by March 31, 2019, you are eligible to sign up to try Sun Basket meal kit delivery for two weeks. Learn more about the Trio HMO wellness program.

Access+ HMO plan

Plan highlights

The Access+ HMO® plan is affordable and predictable – you pay only the copayment for most covered services like doctor visits, urgent care and emergency care. Your primary care physician (PCP) coordinates all your care as well as refers you to specialists and hospitals within their medical group/Independent Practice Association (IPA).

When you enroll in the HMO plan for the first time, you must choose a PCP for yourself and your covered dependents. Each member of your family can choose a different physician and medical group/IPA.