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We are looking for individuals with a passion for reproductive health care. With locations across Ohio, you can work where you live. Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio support workplace diversity.

PPGOH strives to provide the most comprehensive and affordable benefits package possible.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio (PPGOH) offers competitive and comprehensive benefit packages to eligible associates.

We are committed to offering associates the most convenient way to get engaged in managing their health.

As a health care organization, we understand the importance of high-quality health care for individuals and their families, and we are always adapting to best represent the changing demographics of our associates.

Two medical plan options: Medical PPO or Medical HDHP

Dental coverage

Vision coverage: employer paid single coverage

Health Savings Account (HSA): $800 match for single coverage and $1,600 match for employee+ plans

Flexible Spending  Account (FSA) and Flexible Spending Account Dependent Care 

401(k): the first 3% is pay-deferred and matched dollar for dollar; the next 2% is matched at 50 cents on the dollar

Health Advocate: benefit concierge program

ESI: employee assistance program

Long term disability: employer sponsored

Short term disability: employer sponsored after the first year of services

Life and AD&D: employer sponsored

Generous paid time off and holiday structure

Proud to Care

The most rewarding personal experience of your career.

Working at Planned Parenthood shows your dedication to a cause, a community, and reproductive health like nothing else you could do. Whether you're a Nurse Practitioner, Data Analyst, or Community Health Educator, you'll be proud to care at Planned Parenthood.

Job Opportunities

Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022

No Surprises Act
This legislation provides rules and processes to protect health plan members from balance billing that may arise from non-network provider utilization that is out of the member’s control.  An example could be, an individual having surgery at an in-network facility, by an in-network physician, but the anesthesiologist, which they have no control over, is out of network. Your Rights and Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills

United Health Care Improved Network Provider Directory Information: Find your plan | Find Care (werally.com)

Publicly Available Cost Information and Transparency in Coverage
This legislation requires health insurers and group health plans to make available negotiated rates for in-network providers and allowed amounts for out-of-network providers, derived from historical claims.

This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.

Transparency in Coverage


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