Hall Health Tax ID Number (TIN): 91-1220843
Call your insurance company and give them our tax identification number (TIN). This number will let your insurance know exactly where the services will be provided, and will help in clarifying what services will be covered when visiting Hall Health clinics and services.
Similarly, many graduate students who are employed as research assistants (RAs) or teaching assistants (TAs) have the Graduate Appointee Insurance Plan (GAIP). Information about GAIP coverage is available online.
If you have SHIP or GAIP, you may receive discounted services through Hall Health clinics and the Hall Health pharmacy.
Other types of UW employees may have insurance through Kaiser, Group Health or Uniform Medical Plan. If you have Kaiser or Group Health insurance, services at Hall Health will not be covered by your plan. However, Uniform Medical Plan (administered by Regence) is contracted with Hall Health. For more information about health insurance for UW employees, visit UW Human Resources.
Hall Health Center accepts most major health insurance plans, both in and out of state. Below is a short list of some major companies we are contracted with. Please be sure to always call your insurance company to verify eligibility in our network, as there are often limitations within each plan.
NOTE: If you are purchasing insurance through the Affordable Care Act, for your medical services received at Hall Health Center (and other parts of UW Medicine), you would need to sign up for BridgeSpan Regence Blue Shield or Molina Healthcare. Read more information for students about the Affordable Care Act.
If you have a plan through one of the following insurance companies, call the customer service telephone number on your insurance card to find a provider that accepts your plan.
For further questions, please call our Billing office at (206) 616-1881.