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Active Employees and Non-Medicare Retirees
Medicare Retirees 

Paying Retiree Pr​​emiums

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PEIA accepts online premium payments​ through the State Treasurer's secure payment portal, which you can access by clicking the yellow button above. To pay your Retiree Health premiums online, you will need your PEIA account number and your method of payment.

You can find your PEIA account number in one of three places:

1. At the top of your premium invoice;

2. If you are a PEIA PPB Plan member, your account number is the ID number on your medical ID card, but you MUST replace the initial "77" with two zeros; you should have a ten-digit number that looks like this: 0000nnnnnn, instead of this 7700nnnnnn; OR

3. You can use the unique ID number on the top right of the retirement confirmation letter you recently received from PEIA; that number is in the correct format.  

By clicking the yellow button above, you will leave the PEIA website and will be sent to the State Treasurer's website to enter your account number and pay your premium.

PEIA is not responsible for crediting payments made through third party bill-payment websites.  Receipts for payment from third party websites are not considered proof of payment to PEIA.  These third-party sites are not affiliated with PEIA in any way.​

Mountaineer Flexible Benefits 

Find out about optional insurance available with pre-tax earnings through Mountaineer Flexible Benefits ... Learn more.

MetLife Life Insurance

PEIA provides $10,000 term life insurance to members at no cost through MetLife. Members may purchase optional life insurance with pre-tax earnings​ ... Learn more.

Get an ID Card

To request an ID Card for the Preferred Provider (PPB) Plan, contact UMR at 1-888-440-7342 (toll-free) or log on to your account at

How to Report Insurance Fraud

If you suspect a doctor, insurance company or individual is committing insurance fraud, call PEIA at 304-558-7850 or 877-233-4295. You also may e-mail the Suspected Insurance Fraud Citizen Reporting Form to