TRI-CAP welcomes new healthcare navigatorsNovember 29, 2018
From Local Sources
TRI-CAP announced the recent hiring of three additional healthcare navigators for the Tri-State area, which more than doubles its staff.
Judy Richardson joins the Pike and Dubois County area, Jamie Lochmueller will cover Warrick County and surrounding areas, and Tameka Watson will work the Vanderburgh and Posey County areas.
The new hires will be joining the Covering Kids and Family (CKF) Healthcare Navigators team for the state of Indiana.
As full time CKF Healthcare Navigators, the trio joins the original staff of Lesa Seng and Ammer Williams to assist clients in the health insurance application process for marketplace plans as well as for Hoosier Healthwise, HIP and Medicaid plans. All three are acquainted with which polices work best for local providers based on individual health needs. There is no fee for their assistance.
An appointment with any TRI-CAP Navigator can be scheduled online at www.ckfindiana.org/Free-Insurance-Help.
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