Your Local Macon Employee Benefits Firm

Health Planning Associates, LLC. specializes in Employee Benefits and Health Insurance in 3 major markets: Commercial, Municipal and Public School Systems

Health Planning Associates is dedicated to providing quality and value while offering a comprehensive array of specialty products and services. Our experienced advisors deliver exceptional results, exceed expectations and fulfill your specific needs.

We understand the trends in the insurance industry and recognize how these trends affect customers directly – from monthly premiums to coverages.

We remain committed to delivering the highest possible level of service, state of the art technology as we constantly strive for excellence. That’s a commitment reflected in every task we perform.

Lastly, Health Planning Associates is a privately owned company, we take pride in answering to our clients – not to Wall Street investors.

Mission Statement
“Our Mission is to Professionally Advise and Provide Best In Class Solutions to our Clients in All Areas of our Business”.

 

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Will Dental Insurance Cover Mouth Injuries?

Millions of teeth are knocked out every year in athletic events. Injuries affecting the face and mouth account for a significant number of common sports injuries. If you are active in sports, or if you have children who are, you may be wondering if your dental insurance covers mouth injuries. The answer depends on what kind of coverage you have, and the type of injury... Read Article

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As stated by Medical Daily, 75 percent of people in the U.S. today may suffer from chronic dehydration, and most Americans consume far below the recommended amount of water. Look for the following signs of dehydration to find out if you are drinking enough water: You feel thirsty Your skin is dry Your urine is dark You have bad breath You suffer frequent headaches Your... Read Article

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It is common knowledge that too much sun exposure is bad for your skin. Most people also know that we need sunlight to make vitamin D, a micronutrient that aids bone growth and absorption of calcium, controls cell growth, regulates immunity, and helps prevent inflammation. Unfortunately, it can be tricky balance between getting the sunshine we need to produce adequate vitamin D and risking overexposure... Read Article