Summary of Benefits

PHSC provides all eligible employees a fully paid, comprehensive benefit package that includes group medical, term life insurance, behavioral health services, and an employee assistance program. Employees may also purchase additional voluntary benefits and coverage for eligible dependents through payroll deductions.

Comprehensive Benefit List for Full-time Employees

Dental

Benefit - Dental Insurance

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Ameritas, a dental plan for themselves and their dependents through payroll deduction. This is a PPO Plan. Use of a PPO Dentist will almost always lower your out of pocket costs. The premium may be pre-taxed.

Benefit - Dental Cleaning & X-rays at PHSC Dental Clinic

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

Immediately

What You Receive

Employee pays $25.00 for dental cleaning and x-rays at PHSC Dental Clinic. Call the Dental Clinic at extension 3281 for further details and to make an appointment.

Disability/Health Protection

Benefit - Cancer Protection Insurance Allstate Insurance Company

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Allstate Insurance Company cancer protection insurance. An employee can cover the entire family for as little as $7.25 per paycheck. The premium can be pre-taxed and offers 22 different benefits. All benefits are paid directly to the employee.

Benefit - Medical "Gap" Plan Allstate Insurance Company

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase a Low Plan or High plan Group Indemnity Medical benefit from Allstate designed to complement existing major medical insurance and help provide first dollar benefits to fill the gap between what employees current major medical coverage pays and what employees out-of-pocket expense is for themselves and their dependents. This plan pays a benefit for: physician office visits, inpatient and outpatient hospital, emergency room, ambulance and emergency accident benefit. Benefit is paid directly to the employee. Premium may be pre-taxed.

Benefit - Short Term Disability Insurance (STD)

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Aflac short term disability insurance. It covers an employee for accident and sickness, 24 hours a day. It offers benefits of $300 per day starting with the first day of hospital confinement. The premium for this product can also be pre-taxed.

Benefit - Long-Term Disability, or Short Term One America Life Insurance Company

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from One America Life Insurance Company shortterm or long-term disability insurance. Premiums are deducted from the employee’s paycheck. The STD plan provides 50% of your income for either 11 or 24 weeks after a 15-day elimination period. The LTD provides income protection after the employee has been disabled for 90 days or 180 days depending on the plan you select. You may elect benefits that pay a maximum duration of either five years or to Social Security Normal Retirement Age. This premium cannot be pre-taxed.

Benefit - Long-Term Care Bankers Life & Casualty Company

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Bankers Life & Casualty Company a Long term care insurance (LTC) that provides coverage to help protect a participant and his/her family from the high cost of prolonged health care. A 20% discount is offered for couples when an employee signs up for a LTC policy, his/her family members, e.g. spouse, children 18 years and older, and parents, are eligible to purchase a LTC policy. Domestic partners are also allowed to purchase this coverage. The policy is portable. This premium cannot be pre-taxed.

Health/Medical

Group Health Plan Benefit - BlueOptions @PPO-03766

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

Group medical and hospitalization protection. BlueOptions PPO allows choice of a health care provider with an increased benefit level for FloridaBlue (PPO) providers. Lifetime maximum is unlimited. Coverage is subject to a $500 year deductible per insured, with a family aggregate deductible of $1,500. After deductible, benefits are paid at 80%, if a FloridaBlue provider is used, or at 70% of scheduled allowance, if a Non-PPO Provider is used. FloridaBlue provider office visit co-pay is $25 or $40 for a specialist. $130 co-pay for non-preferred name brand. The maximum out-of-pocket expense for allowable charges per calendar year is $5,000 for one person or $10,000 for family aggregate. Co-pays and deductible is considered part of the out-ofpocket maximum. Hospital Facility Co-pay is tiered. Employee premium is paid 100% by PHSC. Dependent premium ($794.00 per month) is paid 100% by employee and normally through payroll deductions.

Benefit - Blue Care *HMO-55 Health Maintenance Organization

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

BlueCare HMO benefits include preventive health care. Members must use HMO Provider network. Care must be provided by a participating BlueCare provider. This plan has an unlimited lifetime maximum. No deductibles. 100% of claim paid after copay. Employee premium is paid 100% by PHSC. $25 physician co-pay. $40 Specialist co-pay. $150 per day (max. 5 days) hospital admission co-pay. $50 emergency room co-pay. $130 co-pay for non-preferred name brand. Dependent premium ($1,422.00 per month) is paid 100% by employee and normally through payroll deductions.

Group Health Plan Benefit - BlueCare *HMO-58 Health Maintenance Organization

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

BlueCare HMO benefits include preventive health care. Members must use HMO Provider network. Care must be provided by a participating BlueCare provider. This plan has an unlimited lifetime maximum. No deductibles. 100% of claim paid after copay. Employee premium is paid 100% by PHSC. $30 physician co-pay. $50 Specialist co-pay. $300 per day (max. 5 days) hospital admission co-pay. 20% emergency room co-pay. Dependent premium ($1,295.00 per month) is paid 100% by employee and normally through payroll deductions.

Group Health Benefit - BlueOptions *PPO-03769

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

Group medical and hospitalization protection. BlueOptions PPO allows choice of a health care provider with an increased benefit level for FloridaBlue (PPO) providers. Lifetime maximum is unlimited. Coverage is subject to a $600 year deductible per insured, with a family aggregate deductible of $1,800. After deductible, benefits are paid at 80%, if a NetworkBlue provider is used, or at 60% of scheduled allowance, if a Non-PPO Provider is used. FloridaBlue provider office visit co-pay is $30, or $50 for a specialist. The maximum out-of-pocket expense for allowable charges per calendar year is $6,000 for one person or $12,000 for family aggregate. Co-pays and deductible is considered part of the out-of-pocket maximum. Hospital Facility Copay is tiered. Employee premium is paid 100% by PHSC. Dependent premium ($723.00 per month) is paid 100% by employee and normally through payroll deductions.

Group Health Plan Benefit - HSA-Health Savings Plans BlueOptions *PPO-05190; BlueOptions **Dependent coverage PPO-05191

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

Group medical and hospitalization protection. BlueOptions HSA allows choice of a health care provider with an increased benefit level for FloridaBlue (PPO) providers. Lifetime maximum is unlimited. Coverage is subject to a $3000 year deductible per insured, with a family aggregate deductible of $6,000. After deductible, benefits are paid at 80%, if a FloridaBlue provider is used, or at 60% of scheduled allowance, if a Non-PPO Provider is used. FloridaBlue provider office visit co-pay is Deductible + 20%, or Deductible + 20% for a specialist. The maximum out-of-pocket expense for allowable charges per calendar year is $6,850 for one person or $9,000 for family aggregate. Co-pays and deductible is considered part of the out-ofpocket maximum. Hospital Facility Co-pay is tiered. Employee premium is paid 100% by PHSC. Dependent premium ($314.00 per month) is paid 100% by employee and normally through payroll deductions.

Benefit - Health Care coverage alternative - DV: Dental, Vision Employee Only Option

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

This option is designed as an alternative for employees with other adequate health insurance. The program includes employee only coverage for Dental and Vision.

Delta Dental - deductible $50 per calendar year deductible applies to Type II and III services. Maximum benefits $1,000 calendar year. Preventive Services, no deductible (Type I). Preventive services provided at 100% of the schedule of allowances. These services include oral examinations, cleaning and fluoride treatments (services provided once during a 6 month period.) Basic Services (Type II) include x-rays and diagnostic services, periodontics (gum treatment), endodontics (root canals), oral surgery and restorative services (fillings), are covered at 80% of the schedule of allowances. Major Services (Type III) include crowns, bridges, full dentures, partial dentures and periodontal surgery and are covered at 50% of the schedule of allowances. Request a pretreatment estimate to get an estimate of your out-of-pocket cost.

VSP Vision – In-Network co-payment for eye examination is $10, Frames - Retail allowance $85 per pair, Cosmetic/Elective Contact Lenses – allowance $120 per pair in lieu of all other eyewear benefits, Medically Necessary Contact Lenses – allowance $250 per pair, prior authorization is required by SafeGuard.

**You Pay for Dependent Coverage. ***Election must be within 30 days of employment.

Benefit - PHSC's Health Care Prescription Plan

What You Receive

$15 Prescription Drug co-pay for generic, $45 Prescription Drug co-pay for preferred name-brand and $65 Prescription Drug co-pay for non- preferred name brand. If a Brand Name Prescription drug is purchased when a Generic is available and the Physician has not indicated that a Brand Name is Medically Necessary, you will be required to pay the difference between the cost of the Brand name and the Generic. Mail order prescription drug service for a 90-day supply: $30 co-pay for generic, $90 co-pay preferred name-brand, $130 copay for non-preferred name brand.

*Employee may be enrolled in only one plan. **You Pay for Dependent Coverage. ***Election must be within 30 days of employment.

Life

Benefit - Life Insurance

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College will provide a Term Life Insurance policy equal to the employee's annual salary rounded to the next thousand (not to exceed $125,000) with an Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) rider. Term Life insurance coverage is not available for dependents.

Benefit - Supplemental Life & AD&D

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

Employees have the option of purchasing, at their expense, supplemental life insurance and AD&D in increments of one, two, or three times their annual salary not to exceed $500,000. The monthly premium for this coverage is 27.7 cents per thousand. An evidence of insurability (EOI) is required for a benefit amount of $200,000 or higher. An EOI is also required with the purchase or increase of benefit after the initial employment enrollment period. The Standard Insurance Company reserves the right to refuse coverage at that time.

Benefit - Group Term Life Insurance Plan

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the month after six months of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Liberty National, a Group Term Life Insurance, which is in addition to the College’s term life insurance policy paid by the College for its employees. This term life insurance is portable with no increase in premium or decrease in value by paying Liberty National directly. Accidental death coverage is available. This term life insurance coverage is available for dependents.

Benefit - Universal Life Insurance

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

Insures employee, spouse, and/or children. Policy builds cash value. Premiums begin for as little as $6.50 per paycheck. This premium cannot be pre-taxed.

Financial Services

Benefit - Bank of America

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Through PHSC’s banking agreement with Bank of America, the bank will make available its Bank of America at Work employee financial service benefits. If you choose to deposit your payroll check, by Direct Deposit, into a Bank of America checking account, Bank of America will provide the following benefits: • Free or discounted pricing on checking • Free Online Banking and Bill Pay • Preferred rates on Loans • Discounted rates on mortgages • and more. Contact a local Bank of America for more information.

Benefit - BB&T

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Open a BB&T@ Work checking account with direct deposit, and you will receive an exclusive bundle of premium discounts and savings on BB&T products and services-offered to you through PHSC. Contact a local BB&T for more information

Benefit - Suncoast Credit Union

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Eligible employees may join the Suncoast Credit Union. Payroll deductions are deposited into your account. ATM, Visa, loans, savings and checking accounts, IRA's, CD's, and other services are available.

Benefit - SunTrust Bank

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

With SunTrust at Work, you can stay connected to your finances anytime, anywhere, through an extensive network of over 1,600 bank branches, 2,800 ATM locations and important tools like Direct Deposit, Online Banking with Bill Pay and Mobile Banking.

Benefit - Wells Fargo Bank

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

If you choose to open a checking account at Wells Fargo Bank, the bank will make available its Wells Fargo at Work program, which includes the following benefits: • Discounted rates for several financial services • Free Online Banking and Bill Pay • Discounted rates on mortgages • and more. Contact a local Wells Fargo Bank for more information.

Leave/Time Off

Benefit - Holidays Apx. 24-26

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Regular salary for the scheduled holidays (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after, Winter Break and five Spring Break days.) See on-line College Catalog for dates.

Benefit - Vacation

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

As soon as leave is accrued.

What You Receive

Regular non-instructional employees earn Vacation Leave. This type of leave is earned on a pro-rata basis, i.e., if one works 40 hours per week, one earns 8 hours per month; if 30 hours/week earns 6 hours/month. After 5 years of service, full-time employees earn 10 hours/month; 12 hours/month are earned after ten years of service. Vacation Leave balance cannot exceed 352 hours on any December 31. Terminating employees may be paid for up to 240 hours (or 30 days) for accrued Vacation Leave with their final paychecks. Vacation Leave cannot be taken in amounts of less than 15 minute increments. An employee must be in pay status for the major fraction of the month to be eligible to earn vacation leave for that month.

Benefit - Sick Leave

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

As soon as leave is accrued.

What You Receive

Full-time employees earn sick leave at the rate of 8 hours for each calendar month worked, accumulates from year to year, and may be transferred within the Florida educational system and some State agencies. 32 hours per year may be used for personal reasons. Personal Leave is charged to accrued Sick Leave and does not accumulate. Sick leave cannot be taken in amounts of less than 15 minute increments. An employee must be in pay status for the major fraction of the month to be eligible to earn sick leave for that month.

Other Benefits

Benefit - EAP: BayCare Employee Assistance Program

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

BayCare Behavioral Health provides short term counseling services – up to five sessions per person, per problem, per fiscal year. This service is completely confidential and is available to our employees and their dependents. BayCare provides an emergency 24-hour crisis line (1-800-878-5470) in additions to an on-line information service website (www.BayCare.org/EAP) which includes: health articles, videos, health assessments & tools, legal – state specific legal forms and articles, financial – articles to assist with budgeting, auto financing, investing, savings, personal growth and much more.

Benefit - Social Security & Medicare

Who Pays?

PHSC and You

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Financial assistance at retirement, in case of total disability, or for your minor children upon your death. You contribute 7.65% of your taxable pay, and PHSC matches that amount.

Benefit - Unemployment Compensation

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

Determined by the Bureau of Unemployment Comp.

What You Receive

Financial assistance when you are unemployed, if eligible.

Benefit - Worker's Compensation

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

An employee who sustains a job-connected illness or injury that is compensable under the Workers’ Compensation Law shall be granted Illness-In-the-Line of Duty Leave for a period of 96 hours (12 working days). If the illness or injury disables you for more than 12 working days, workers’ compensation provides payment to you for two-thirds of your lost wages.

Benefit - Tax-Sheltered Annuity

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

Payroll deduction. You choose from the available companies and apply to that company, then submit a deduction form to HR. 403b Companies: 403b ASP, VALIC, Fidelity Investments, ING, Lincoln Investments, MetLife, and TIAACREF, Suncoast Credit Union. Roth 403b Suncoast Credit Union and VALIC. 457 Companies: Suncoast Credit Union and VALIC. Visit http://www.tsacg.com/.

Benefit - College Store Purchases

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

The College Store allows a 10% discount on all textbooks for PHSC employees enrolled in a course. The 10% discount applies only to employees in regular positions at the College. A 15% discount is offered on all other products except computer software and snack items. Computer software is sold at educational prices and has discounts built in. Discounts are not allowed on sale merchandise.

Benefit - Library Privileges

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

All PHSC employees may check out up to 20 books at campus libraries. Books must be returned or renewed within a three week period. A wide range of books, as well as many periodicals, are available. (Periodicals may not be removed from the library.)

Benefit - Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) Membership

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

The Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) is a state-wide organization that represents specific concerns of the Florida College System. It was started in 1949 by individuals dedicated to promoting the growth and advancement of the community college system. Your yearly dues help AFC provide the monetary support to allow AFC to monitor state legislation to determine the impact on colleges and their employees. Your dues also help pay for lobbyists who provide information to legislators so that they can make better decisions about the Florida College System. Other benefits include social events and attendance at educational workshops. Annual membership dues are as follows: employees with salaries under $30,000 a year pay $35; employees with salaries over $30,000 to $74,999 pay $45. Membership dues may be paid via payroll deduction for regular faculty and staff. An AFC campus representative should be contacting you soon.

Benefit - Discount to Florida Attractions

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

TicketsAtWork.com See HR intranet page under discounts and privileges.

Retirement

Benefit - Florida Retirement

Who Pays?

PHSC and You pay 3%

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

As of July 1, 2020, PHSC contributes an amount equal to 10.00 % of your gross pay into the FRS monthly. The employee contribution rate is 3.00% of your gross pay on a pre-tax basis. You have a CHOICE between the FRS Pension Plan and the FRS Investment Plan. You will receive a CHOICE package from the Florida Retirement System during your second month of employment that will explain the differences in the Plans. The retirement plan you choose will be credited with the employee and PHSC’s contribution from your first day of employment. As of July 1, 2011, you are considered **vested in the FRS Pension Plan after working eight (8) years with an FRS employer. Members enrolled prior to this date are considered vested after working six (6) years with an FRS employer. You are considered ***vested in the FRS Investment plan after working one (1) year with an FRS employer.

Benefit - Optional Retirement Program (ORP)

Who Pays?

PHSC and You pay 3%

When You Are Eligible

As soon as option is chosen. Election must be within first 90 days of employment.

What You Receive

Participation in the ORP is limited to full-time employees who are otherwise eligible for membership in the FRS System and: 1) Employed in a full-time position classified in the state accounting manual for colleges as Instructional, Executive Management, or Instructional Management if the college determines that recruiting to fill a vacancy in the position is to be conducted in the national or regional market and the duties and responsibilities of the position include either (a) the formulation, interpretation, or implementation of policies; or (b) the performance of functions which frequently involve the support of the mission of the college; or 2) Employed in a position not included in the Senior Management Service Class of the FRS. A newly hired employee who is in an ORP eligible position has ninety (90) days from the date he/she is hired to elect to join the ORP. Otherwise, the employee will remain in the FRS system. See the Optional Retirement Plan Overview Brochure for further information. The employee contribution rate is 3.00%. The college will contribute 5.15% to an authorized Optional Retirement Plan Company and 3.44% to FRS. Total contribution rate is 11.59%. If you are eligible to join the Optional Retirement Plan, you will be notified at employment.

**As of July 1, 2011, vesting or vested benefit under the FRS Pension Plan is the right you earn upon completion of 8 or more years of creditable service to receive a monthly retirement benefit whether you continue in your employment or you terminate. As long as your contributions remain on deposit with the FRS, you may later return to service and increase your years of creditable service or you may not elect to return to service and receive a benefit to begin at your normal or early retirement age. Under the FRS, you do not earn a vested right in PHSC’s contributions made on your behalf. You earn a right only to the monthly benefit PHSC’s contributions help to finance. ***Vesting or vested benefit under the FRS Investment Plan is the right you earn to the monies contributed by PHSC after one year of service.

Tuition/Education

Benefit - Tuition Reimbursement

Who Pays?

PHSC

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

District Board of Trustees Rule 5.33 and Internal Management Memorandum #5-3: A full-time employee or regular part-time employees, who are on at least a half-time basis may be eligible for tuition reimbursement for College courses completed successfully. Courses cannot be audited.

Associate-Level Courses Reimbursement for credit courses at the associate-degree level is limited to the actual tuition cost or to a maximum of $1,262.16 per fiscal year (July 1-June 30 2017-2018), whichever is less.
Bachelor’s-Level (junior and senior level) Credit Courses Reimbursement for credit courses at the bachelor’s degree level is limited to the actual tuition cost or to a maximum of $1,900.71 per fiscal year (July 1-June 30 2017-2018), whichever is less. Bachelor’s-level courses are defined as courses at the 3000 level or higher.
Graduate Level Courses Reimbursement for credit courses is limited to the amount of the in-state tuition rate of six (6) graduate hours at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida (USF) (2017-2018 - $2,588.58). The established graduate-level rate used is the one in effect for the fall term in a fiscal year for 6 graduate hours. Graduate hours are defined as those courses at the 5000 level or higher.
Combination of Credit Courses at Different Levels

Within a term or a fiscal year, employees who register for courses at different levels, are reimbursed up to the amount of the average of the two levels. Normally, courses cannot be taken during the employee's scheduled working hours. There is no reimbursement for application or other special fees, including laboratory or health fees. Continued eligibility for tuition reimbursement is contingent upon successful completion of the course(s). Documentation of successful completion of all courses for which reimbursement has been authorized must be provided at the end of every term to the Office of the Vice President for continued eligibility. Documentation is demonstrated with either legible copies of grade reports or transcripts. Those faculty and administrators who wish to use the course(s) for recertification may wish to complete FORM BPE-32, Request for Advanced Approval of Credit/Non-Credit Activity to be Used for Recertification, before enrolling in the course(s). Information about recertification is noted in Internal Management Memorandum (IMM) #2-7.

Benefit - Saint Leo University 

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

PHSC employees have the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree locally through an educational provider agreement with Saint Leo University. The graduate programs offered are an MBA, and MS in Criminal Justice and a MA in Theology. PHSC employees are eligible to take courses leading to bachelors’ degrees that are offered at the University’s education centers located near them. Students may choose to complete a degree by either on ground in the classroom or online. PHSC employees will have the application fees waived, and tuition rate per semester hour is $246. For information regarding tuition reimbursement, please contact the Dean of Academic Affairs & Institutional Accreditation at extension 3213. For information regarding Saint Leo University, please contact the St. Leo representative at your particular campus.

Benefit - University of Phoenix

When You Are Eligible

As soon as employed.

What You Receive

PHSC employees have the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree through an agreement with the University of Phoenix. Employees are eligible for a 10% tuition discount. For more information regarding the tuition discount contact Sonia Thorn, the Dean of Academic Affairs & Institutional Accreditation at extension 3213.

Vision

Benefit - Vision Insurance

Who Pays?

You

When You Are Eligible

The first day of the following month after date of employment.

What You Receive

The College offers PHSC employees the opportunity to purchase from Ameritas a vision plan for themselves and their dependents through payroll deduction. You may select from two plans, the ViewPoint Plan or the Focus Plan. Consider the importance of your vision. Premium may be pre-taxed.

2020 Benefits Comparison

A 2020 Benefits Comparison Chart is available upon request. Please send your request to hr@phsc.edu.