Various options depending on desired spenditure
Aetna or Kaiser. I had Aetna. A lot of health problems last year, still paid A LOT out of pocket.
It gets the job done, not very cheap compared to other companies in the area.
Expensive for family but ok for single
kind of pricey and the "discount" that makes it reasonable requires you get a health screen. If you have a preexisting condition Nordstrom will charge you more for health insurance.
They have three types of insurances. All are expensive.
Nordstrom still offers the standard HMO and PPO plans. Pricing continues to go up each year as deductibles climb. This year pricing actually dropped slightly but this was due to a much higher deductible which was somewhat offset by a HSA that if you contributed, had a company contribution also
Super happy with my benefits when I had them. But be mindful of your hours, because in order to maintain your insurance you have to have worked a certain amount of hours per half year. I've come up short in the past and without notice, lost my benefits for half a year, and didn't know until I went to the dr, received services, and then was responsible for the entire office visit upon leaving
They give full health care benefits of SF laws.
Not good for young people who see doctors once in a while. End up mostly paying deductibles all year.