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The US Army provides health care coverage.
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Better for the family than the service member. Service member has to go to a specific clinic and doctor.
it is good and taken directly out of your check so you never have to worry about it.
best ever. dental is great. availability is great. only big issue is the hospitals, if i really had an emergency, army hospitals is the last place i would want to go to.
It covers most operations to include elective surgery.
Free while on active duty.
Great benefits, sometimes appointments could be a while, but for the most part you will be seen by a professional that is willing to help.
My experience with medical was rough at first fist until I found a physician that was able to point me in the right direction. I have had two spine surgeries in within 3 months. I took me a year to get the process rolling after three recommendations. I dealt with civilian and military; but they both down falls. But I am happy with the level medical and dental care that was provided.
Covers everything! Tricare Prime is completely deductable free.
Federal Blue Cross & Blue Shield covered basically everything for my family wherever we/they lived. Dental and vision weren't covered as well, but those areas aren't so well covered anywhere.
Army Health Insurance is provided by civilian insurance providers under the Tricare program, the best attribute is that the coverage is free for soldiers and immediate family members, with little to no out of pocket costs or copays when selecting Tricare Prime.