FROM THE DESK OF RET SGT JOSEPH RICHARDSON:
Subject: NYPD ISSUING A WATCH TO RETIREES WITH TWENTY OR MORE YEARS OF SERVICE
Ladies and Gentlemen:
Albert (Al) Belcher (NYPD/Ret) informed me that the Department is reportedly issuing free watches to those retirees who served twenty (20) or more years.
He (Belcher) suggested that a call be made to PrAA Cole (646-610-6860) ASAP in order to be placed on the list of recipients. PrAA Cole reportedly will verify your tax registry number and request a callback telephone number from you.
CONGRATULATIONS TO NYPD GUARDIAN MEMBER AND NEWLY PROMOTED DEPUTY CHIEF KEVIN A. WILLIAMS
“Staten Island Gets a New No. 2 Cop– and Another Top NYPD Official with A Counterterrorism Background”
New York State CKD* Champions
In Partnership With
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
2nd Annual “Thriving…Not Just Surviving” Cultural Arts Showcase
Sunday, May 20, 2018
3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
What do people with kidney disease do when they aren’t sick?
What do care partners and dialysis staff members do when the dialylsis machines aren’t running?
We want to know!
Our Cultural Arts Showcase answers those questions.
We will feature performances, poetry readings, photography and other visual artworks by CKD patients and staff.
And a special “Strut Your Stuff” Fashion Show Grand Finale!
Come and be part of this joyous event, a Kidney Disease Extravaganza!
All attendees MUST bring photo ID.
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Health Science Education Building
395 Lenox Road
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(corner of Lenox Road and New York Avenue)
Educate, Encourage And Empower
*CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)
Registration is Required.
Subject: Florida “No Surprises” law
Dear Florida Friends,
Our special counsel did a legal analysis of whether Florida’s “No Surprises” law applies to people living in Florida who have the GHI plan. He concludes it probably does. (Whether the New York law can compel GHI to cover folks in Florida is a different legal issue. Some of you have asked GHI to apply the NY law, and GHI has responded the NY law doesn’t apply to people in Florida.)
If you went to an in-network hospital in Florida and then got hit with out-of-network doctor bills, you might want to contact GHI and tell them you should be covered by the Florida No Surprises law. 99% chance GHI will tell you it doesn’t apply. But that denial might give you the basis for a lawsuit that could compel GHI to reimburse you and to honor the No Surprises provisions in the future.
I would be very interested in hearing from any of you who do contact GHI and then get rejected.
P.S. We are checking whether other states have similar No Surprises provisions.
Cite FL St § 627.64194
MEDICARE PART “B” & IRMAA REIMBURSEMENT INFORMATION
Since I sent out the Medicare Part “B” Reimbursement information, many retirees never enrolled in the reimbursement program. See the below applications to enroll in Medicare Part “B” reimbursement and for IRMAA reimbursement!
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