Welcome to 1199cfunds.org
Welcome to 1199cfunds.org – the online home for the 1199C Benefit & Pension Funds for Hospital and Health Care Employees – Philadelphia and Vicinity. This site is designed to provide you-and your family-with round-the-clock-access to information about your Health and Welfare & Pension benefits.
We are the Benefit & Pension Fund for Hospital and Health Care Employees – Philadelphia and Vicinity. Since 1991, we have provided health & welfare and pension benefits for over 8,000 members and retirees and their families.
Generally, our Health & Welfare and Pension benefits are funded by participating employers who make contributions to the Fund as the result of a collective bargaining agreement. Click here for a list of participating employers.
District 1199C Benefit Fund is proud to be offering a blood donor drive on Tuesday, January 31st from 9:30am—2:30pm in the Union Hall Auditorium, 2nd Floor. You can help save up to THREE lives in about an hour of your time. The need is ongoing, but the supply [ read more ]
American Red Cross Blood Drive, Sponsored by: District 1199C. Tuesday, January 31st, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm, Location: 1319 Locust Street, Philadelphia Auditorium. Dunkin’ Donors make a difference! All presenting donors this January will receive a voucher for a free medium Dunkin’ Donuts hot coffee and a donut! [ read more ]
This is a summary of the Annual Report for the Pension Plan for Nursing Home & Health Care Employees – Philadelphia and Vicinity, Employer Identification Number 23-2774706, Plan No. 001 for the year ended December 31, 2015. [ read more ]
This is a summary of the annual report for Benefit Fund for Hospital and Health Care Employees – Philadelphia and Vicinity Identification Number 23-2627429 Plan No. 501 for the period January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. [ read more ]
Diabetes Awareness Month: Type 2. Diabetes is one of the leading causes of disability and death in the United States. One in 11 Americans have diabetes - that’s more than 29 million people. And another 86 million adults in the United States are at high risk of developing type 2 [ read more ]