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Modern Primary Care for Federal Employees

This content is provided by One Medical.

It’s open enrollment time, which means you have the chance to update your medical plan to fit your and your family’s needs for the next year.

While the details may seem overwhelming, as a federal employee, you may have a major benefit that you may not know about: One Medical.

If you’re on a GEHA medical plan and in the D.C. area, one of your medical benefits is a One Medical membership at no additional cost for you, your spouse, and your dependents age 14 and up —something that normally costs $199 each per year.

One Medical has taken a modern approach to primary health care, with same-day appointments, beautiful waiting rooms, 24/7 virtual care, experienced doctors who listen, and seven convenient locations around D.C and Tysons.

One Medical’s primary care providers offer everything from preventive medicine to treatment of acute and chronic conditions. Plus, convenient on-site labs for tests and vaccines with coordinated referrals to the region’s best specialists are available when you need them.

One Medical also cares for the whole person, mind and body, so you can get help when you have trouble with sleep, work stress, anxiety, depression, and so on.

Because One Medical is an in-network provider for GEHA plan members, there are no hidden fees. You simply pay your standard copay and deductible, and each doctor visit is billed to your insurance. Additionally, 24/7 virtual care through the One Medical app is provided at no additional cost.

Activate One Medical memberships for your family members and you at

If you are not on a GEHA medical plan, you can review GEHA’s 2020 plan brochures at for a full list of benefits, limitations, and exclusions. Federal employee open enrollment is November 11 through December 9th.

If you have any questions, One Medical is available to help. Simply call 415-523-6317 or email You can also talk to your benefits team or GEHA to learn more.