I live in a smaller community in Northern California. It’s not rural by any means, though sometimes it feels like it. For example, when a baby is born at the local hospital, they play a soft, melodic chime on the intercom. No matter where you are in the hospital or what you are doing when the chime plays, it will surely bring a smile to your face. Guaranteed. Sort of an involuntary response.
The Retiree Medical Trust would like to welcome the members of the Daly City Police Officers’ Association. They are the latest association to join the RMT.
Several months ago, the RMT had a new website developed. You can access the site either through the Retiree Medical Trust link at the top of the PORAC homepage at PORAC.org or directly at PORACRMT.org.
The PORAC Retiree Medical Trust is a health insurance premium and medical expense reimbursement plan. We are excited to announce a couple of significant changes to our plan.
As we head toward the Annual Conference of Members in Reno, I will take a moment to pause and reflect. I am chairperson for the PORAC Retiree Medical Trust yet, more significantly, I am a participant in the RMT.
The Retiree Medical Trust is quickly approaching its 10th birthday. Ever since its inception in September 2008, one the RMT’s tenets has been that growth must be part of the big equation.
I am very excited to report that 2018 is starting out as a pretty good year so far. The Retiree Medical Trust has been generating an incredible amount of interest. We have several associations lining up for presentations to either their Board of Directors or their general membership. A few associations have notified us that they are interested, but simply need to wait until they enter into contract negotiations a few months down the road.