Lewis & Clark College Student
Health Plan Information
When we say PacificSource is a members-first company, here’s what we mean: Our organization exists because of you.
On one level that means we’re focused on your health and your future. On another, more day-to-day level, we are here, more than a thousand of us, dedicated to serving you in ways that make you happy.
For members, help is never more than a phone call away. Contact us. We’re here for you.
2020-2021 School Year
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Save money by using the Lewis and Clark College Health Service
To get the best value from your health plan, some health services are available to you from an on-campus health service. Get your care from the Health Service in the Templeton Campus Center on the north side of the building, lower level, beneath the Trailroom (closed during Summer Break). When you do, there is no deductible and no coinsurance. Telehealth visits are available.
If you visit providers in the community that aren’t at the Health Service, you’ll need to pay your deductible and then pay a percentage of the cost of services you receive.
For seeing doctors who aren’t at the Health Service
Use our provider directory to search for doctors, dentists, specialists, and healthcare facilities in your network.
Take note of your provider network before searching our provider directory: Voyager
Sign up for InTouch
Our InTouch portal gives you fast, secure, online access to your plan’s benefit details. You’ll also enjoy time-saving tools and shortcuts designed to help you manage your health your way.
Note: You can register for InTouch once coverage begins.
Your member ID
You should present your ID each time you visit a doctor or pharmacy, even if you’ve shown it before.
It has information providers use to bill us.
Getting care as a PacificSource member can take many forms. We’ve prepared a simple page to help guide you toward the best care choices for every situation.
Learn about our health-improving programs and money-saving discounts for our members.
Don’t know a “deductible” from a “copay?” No problem. Level up your healthcare IQ with no-nonsense articles and videos.