Uniformed Services Family Health Plan

Uniformed Services Family Health Plan

Uniformed Services Family Health Plan


The Uniformed Services Family Health Plan, or “USFHP”, is available to persons living in select areas within the United States.

The USFHP is similar to TRICARE Prime in that you will have a primary care provider whom you will select from a list of private doctors affiliated with the designated provider facility, or “DP”. However, you will not normally be able to get authorization from your primary care provider to see outside providers, even to get treatment at a military facility; any care you receive under USFHP must be provided at the DP, or you will be responsible for the full cost of treatment.

The primary advantage to using USFHP is that gives coverage for no out-of-pocket costs and no enrollment free for active-duty family members.  Retirees and their families will be assessed an annual enrollment fee unless they are Medicare Part A eligible, enrolled in TRICARE for Life, and enrolled in Medicare Part B.  Retirees and their families are also responsible for a copayment.

USFHP enrollment is limited to designated zip codes surrounding DP facilities, and may only be available if there is room for new beneficiaries within the facility.  Eligible beneficiaries will also be required to enroll for a minimum of one year.

USFHP Eligibility

USFHP is available to:

  • Active duty family members
  • Retired service members and their families
  • Family members of Activated National Guard/Reserve members
  • Non-activated National Guard/Reserve members and their families who qualify for care under the Transitional Assistance Management Program
  • Retired National Guard/Reserve members at age 60 and their families
  • Survivors
  • Medal of Honor recipients and their families
  • Qualified former spouses

USFHP Providers and Locations

Uniformed Services Family Health Plan Providers

Brighton Marine Health Center

(serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Northern Connecticut)

77 Warren St.

Brighton, MA 02139




(serving Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana)

P.O. Box 924708

Houston, TX 77292-4708



Johns Hopkins Medicine

(serving Maryland, Washington D.C., and parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia)

6704 Curtis Court

Glen Burnie, MD 21060



Martin’s Point Health Care

(serving Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Northern Tier of Pennsylvania, and Upstate and Western New York)

P.O. Box 9746

Portland, ME 04104-5040



Pacific Medical Centers

(serving the Puget Sound area of the State of Washington)

1200 12th Ave. South

Seattle, WA 98144



Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of New York

(serving Long Island, New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia and surrounding area, and Southern Connecticut)

450 West 33rd St.

New York, NY 10001



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  • Thomas Muldoon
    Posted at 17:55h, 21 May Reply

    Every once in a while I have an impulse to sell my house and move. USFHP puts the brake on that impulse. Otherwise your service is very economical and very good, and I thank God for you. I have been with USFHP since 2012.

    Would you please give me a list of countries with whom you might be able to work, if I decide to take a trip overseas and then have some sort of emergency trouble? There is a tour of Protestant Reformation sights in Germany and Czechoslovakia that I might be interested in this summer, plus I have relatives in Ireland. And if one goes to Europe, one might want to see Paris, or Amsterdam, or Rome, or London…. In my wilder dreams I visit St. Petersburg and Moscow in Russia; there are friends from church who could conceivably take me to Russia with them sometime next year. There are still American military in Germany, so that should work. Please respond to this, and thanks once again for your superior service during the past six years.

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