How Do I Change an Address?
One of the following original documents must be presented to show proof of residence: an original drivers license, state-issued ID card with photo, utility bill, lease or mortgage statement.
Gas, electric, cable/satellite TV, internet service, or landline phone bills are acceptable as utility bills. However, cell phone bills cannot be accepted.
Where to Change: Online through your Patient Portal Account (www.HappyHealthyMe.org) or in person at the Central Administration Office (305 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 – 4th Floor)
How Do I Change a Phone Number?
Our clerical staff at the Health/Dental Centers can make these changes for you at any time. Please makes sure your landline and cellphone numbers are current.
Where to Change: Any Health/Dental Center, online through your Patient Portal Account (www.HappyHealthyMe.org) or in person at the Central Administration Office (305 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 – 4th Floor)
How Do I Change My Name?
Spouses & Dependents
An original marriage certificate must be presented for name changes after marriage. Changes due to spelling correction may be made by confirming the spelling on the member’s original enrollment card, a current driver’s license, state-issued ID card, passport, Green Card or change of name form from the INS/U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
An original court order must be presented for any other type of name changes, including adoptions or change of name due to personal choice.
Where to Change: Central Administration Office (305 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 – 4th Floor)
Member name changes must be made with the Union. For requirements, please contact Local 6 or a local affiliated with the New York Hotel Trades Council at (212) 245-8100 or 707 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY.
How Do I Correct My Date of Birth?
An original birth certificate or court order correcting a birth certificate must be presented.
Where to Change: Central Administration (305 West 44th Street, NY, NY 10036)
Dependents can only be removed or disenrolled due to losing an eligible status as a dependent under the plan, including divorced spouses, young adult children who have reached age twenty-six, and other special circumstances.
Prior to 2014, dependent children may also be disenrolled if they have other employer-sponsored health coverage available except through either parent.
How Do I Update My Coverage After a Divorce?
Within thirty days of a divorce, you must present an original court-ordered final decree granting divorce.
See further information about divorce.
Where to Change: Central Administration (305 West 44th Street, Manhattan)