Health Insurance Help

PCHS has Trained Navigators /Eligibility Specialists for Insurance Help

A navigator is trained and able to help consumers, small businesses, and their employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms. This service is free. They are unbiased and help is available to anyone. Kelly and Lindsey will help with Medicaid and Medicare Insurance applications. They will verify income submissions for those who qualify for the PCHS sliding fee scale for Medical, Dental and Behavioral Services. 

To make an appointment call (907)262-3119 and ask for Kelly or Lindsey. 
When you apply you will need
• Photo ID
• Birth date
• Social Security Number
• Green Cards for Permanent Residents, Certificates for Naturalized Citizens
• Current income information (examples: pay stubs, social security letter, bank statements, or tax returns for self-employed) 
Kelly Whitmore, Eligibility Specialist

Specialty: Eligibility Specialist, Navigator for the Health Insurance Marketplace and Medicare Counselor

Education: New Frontier Vocational School, Soldotna AK 

Kelly was born and raised in Alaska, and moved to the Kenai Peninsula in January of 1985. She raised two sons who also reside on the Kenai Peninsula. Working in customer relations is a field she excels in. Kelly has found a good fit working in the Healthcare industry and helping the community. 

Kelly has been with PCHS starting January of 2008. Here at PCHS she is a Eligibility Specialist, Navigator for the Health Insurance Marketplace and Certified Medicare Counselor. PCHS offers a sliding scale to all clients who fit the qualifying criteria; she would be pleased to review your personal situation for the sliding scale discount program. She could also help with questions about retiring and signing up for social security, Medicare, Medicaid and help navigating The Health Insurance Marketplace.  

Lindsey Anasogak, Outreach & Enrollment Assistant

Lindsey was born and raised in Bethel, Alaska and lived on the Kenai Peninsula from 2003 to 2006 when she moved to Fairbanks, AK. She then returned to the Kenai Peninsula in August 2009. Lindsey has received her education from Kenai Peninsula College and University of Alaska Fairbanks and has worked in social service programs and services in Fairbanks, AK and Kenai, AK since 2008. 

Lindsey started with Peninsula Community Health Services in November 2016 and has received her Navigator License to assist with the Health Insurance Marketplace. 
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