The NORCAL Group Foundation, dedicated to improving healthcare in local communities, announces its inaugural group of grant recipients.
Seven organizations have been awarded funding for initiatives and programs that support any of three critical healthcare areas: patient care, patient safety, and physician wellness. The seven recipients are:
NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company announced that it is now offering coverage to health care professionals in Tennessee.
This is the latest in NORCAL’s national expansion, which now reaches 39 states, including the District of Columbia. NORCAL is one of the top providers of insurance for physicians and surgeons in the country and offers tailored coverage options that protect today’s medical practices, including protection against emerging risks like cyber liability and data breaches.
As our California policyholders recover from the devastating effects of the wildfires, NORCAL has extended premium payment due dates for all policyholders in designated wildfire disaster counties to ensure they are able to work through the aftermath without any disruption of coverage.
Any premium installment payment due between Oct. 17 through Dec. 2 will be adjusted with a new due date of Dec. 3. Accounts that are enrolled in automatic payment withdrawals via ACH will continue as scheduled; however, if the policyholder would like to delay payment until Dec. 3, they may contact Customer Service.
NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company proudly announces the establishment of the NORCAL Group Foundation, a non-profit organization that will provide funding and support for healthcare initiatives in the communities in which its policyholders live and serve.
“NORCAL has a 40-plus-year legacy of giving and advocacy in the communities we serve to support the practice of good medicine, the betterment of local healthcare, and the wellness of caregivers. The NORCAL Group Foundation formalizes this commitment through a dedicated non-profit, providing grants to charitable organizations and initiatives,” NORCAL President and Chief Executive Officer Scott Diener said.
Due to the severe impact and debilitating effects of Hurricane Irma, NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company is providing premium payment relief to all policyholders throughout Florida and Georgia.
NORCAL will extend premium payment due dates for those impacted by Hurricane Irma until December 3 to ensure policyholders are able to work through the aftermath of the storm without any disruption of coverage. Additionally, no cancellations will be issued during this grace period to those affected by the storm.