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Benefits designed to help you live well no matter where you are on your journey

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Enroll in 2024 benefits by Nov. 10

Get to know your 2024 benefits
For coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2024
Download 2024 Guide

Download 2024 Guide

Get an overview of the benefits we offer, with a handy checklist to keep track of your decisions.

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Have questions? Ask Alex

Have questions? Ask Alex

Your easy-to-use virtual benefits counselor can help you understand your benefits.

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Understand the process

Understand the enrollment process

Annual enrollment is your chance to make benefits changes for the year ahead.*

*Only those with a qualifying life event may make changes outside of annual enrollment.
New hires/newly eligible have 30 days from date of hire/date of eligibility to enroll in 2023 benefits. Once submitted, follow steps (emailed to you) to then enroll in 2023 benefits.

Get the basics

Enroll at PeoplePlace

Enroll at PeoplePlace

Once you are ready to enroll:
  • Log in to PeoplePlace
  • Click Annual Enrollment tile
  • Review your personal data
  • Make any desired changes
  • Remember, you must click “Submit enrollment” before you’re done!
New hires/newly eligible: Log into PeoplePlace > click "Benefits Details" > select "Benefits Enrollment" and select "new Hire Event."


Connect with an expert

Connect with an expert

Questions about one of your benefits? Reach out for support and guidance. If you still have questions, contact PeoplePlace.

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Access helpful resources

Access helpful resources

Understand our network tiers—and why Tier 1 BSW Premier HMO offers the best value— explore our savings options, and view the FAQs.

Go to videos

Go to FAQs

  • Danielle Ortiz

    Patient Service Specialist | Gardener

    When Danielle Ortiz received some seedling trays as a Christmas gift in 2019, her first thought was that she’d never have time to plant them. But a few months later in spring 2020, she—like many others during the COVID shutdowns—suddenly needed new ways to stay busy.

    Now her garden is the place that offers a chance to recharge her mind, feed her family and support her side business selling homemade salsa.

    But caring for her family’s health goes beyond their fresh pantry, too. With two teenage sons and a daughter, Danielle has turned to the BSWH 24/7 virtual urgent care time and again.

    Read her story to hear why getting the right care at the right time is so important.

  • Andrew Tennison

    Emergency room tech | Basketball/Workout Enthusiast

    Because he works nights (7 p.m. to 7 a.m.) three days a week, the unusual sleep schedule makes it more challenging for Andrew to stay on top of his physical activity and eating choices. 

    “Making sure I work out before going to work keeps me consistent,” hesays. “I have everything prepped and packed and ready to go beforehand. Then I can shower and go straight to work.” He also guards against the other nighttime foe: junk food. “For people who work nights, you have to meal prep. There is no other way,” he advises. 

    The desire to plan ahead also extends into how he manages his healthcare expenses too.  

    Read more to learn how the small amounts Andrew saved in his Health Savings Account (HSA) each paycheck paid off big when unexpected expenses arose.

  • Lisa Keesler

    LVN | USA Pickleball Ambassador

    Since discovering pickleball six years ago, Lisa has quickly become an advocate for the game. In 2018 she worked with The City of Brenham’s Parks & Recreation department to convert two underutilized tennis courts into six pickleball courts—now home to their almost 200 club members. 

    Her doubles partner notes how Lisa gets a lot of satisfaction teaching other people, taking take time to teach anyone who wants to learn.

    Even though she thrives on teaching others, Lisa isn’t afraid to keep on learning, too—on the court and at work. Each annual enrollment for BSW benefits, she has used the virtual benefits counselor “Ask ALEX” for assistance.

    Read more to hear how ALEX empowered Lisa to try a new benefit that really works for her.

  • Tammara Allen

    Pharmacist | Supermom

    Tammara, pharmacist at BSW Medical Center – Plano, keeps busy as a mother to 10- and 11-year-old girls in club sports and orchestra. But as she juggles the adventures of motherhood, she also works to prioritize self-care. 

    As a busy mom always on-the-go, Tammara also appreciates how the MyBSWHealth app helps her stay on top of her family’s health.

    Hear more about how she pursues a healthy lifestyle, while also managing her family's health through the MyBSWHealth app.

This site summarizes the programs and benefits available to employees and their eligible dependents. Official plan documents, policies and certificates of insurance that contain the details, conditions, maximum benefit levels and restrictions on benefits govern our benefits program and are available on this site. In case of a conflict between this site and the official documents, the official documents prevail. The information on this site isn't a guarantee of benefits. Baylor Scott & White reserves the right to modify or terminate its employee benefit plans and programs at any time for any reason.

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