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Covered California Plan

VHP is the best Covered California option for residents of Santa Clara County. As the area’s homegrown health plan, VHP has been serving your family and friends for over 30 years. With the lowest cost bronze, silver, gold and platinum Covered California plans in the area, we can help you get the right plan, at the most affordable price. But, don’t take our word for it. Compare our prices using the Covered California shop and compare tool. 


At VHP, we are proud of offering Covered California plans that will save you money. But, we also know that cost is not the only thing to consider.  Some great reasons that make VHP the right choice for you are:

  • Low-cost plans.  See our 2019 rates​.
  • A growing, high-quality network of doctors, hospitals and clinics.
  • A wide choice of pharmacies including nationwide Safeway, Walgreens and Costco.
  • Free or low-cost nutrition and fitness classes​.
  • Helpful, friendly staff located right here in Santa Clara County.
  • Talk to a doctor any time, any day by phone or video with MDLIVE.
Find out more about our Covered California Plans:
  • Minimum Coverage                   
  • Bronze                   
  • Silver                  
  • Gold                    
  • Platinum                                                      
For more information about VHP's benefits, please see Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC).  If you are ready to enroll or have more questions, VHP has partnered with brokers​ in your neighborhood who can help you choose the right Covered California plan for you and your family. Or call us directly at 1.888.421.8444 (toll-free).

*Covered California will determine eligibility for financial assistance such as tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies that can lower your cost for care. You can visit www.coveredca.com​ to learn more about tax credits and subsides.
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*If you are 30 years or older and want to buy a Catastrophic health plan, you must apply for a hardship exemption to qualify.  Learn about hardship exemptions and Catastrophic plans for 2019.​

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Last updated: 11/14/2018 8:23 AM