Learning Center

Welcome to the Ohio Laborers Benefits Learning Center!

In an effort to make health-related information easily accessible to our Members, we’ve gathered resources on all different health topics and put them in one place. Members can use these resources to stay informed on health concerns and wellness topics.

You may think of health insurance as support during an illness, but it also includes valuable services and resources to help you live a healthier and fuller life every day. Educating yourself about your healthcare benefits can help you achieve overall well-being and may help you save money on medical expenses. For a breakdown of your insurance plan, Members can review the Insurance Summary Plan Description.

Take care of yourself and those who matter most to you. This collection of resources includes articles and tips to help you and your loved ones achieve better health and everyday well-being.

Health & Wellness Topics

Find A Doctor

A doctor can provide preventive care, teach healthy lifestyles choices, identify and treat common medical conditions, and make referrals to medical specialists. 

Understanding Health Care

Where should you go when you’re sick? What questions should you ask your doctor during a visit? Find out more about understanding health care. 

See a Doctor Anytime at No Cost

Eligible members and their dependents can use LiveHealth Online to visit with a doctor for minor health problem. Get help with allergies, colds, the flu, pink eye, and more!

Links to various websites are provided for your convenience only and are not endorsed by Ohio Laborers Benefits. This material is provided for informational use only and should not be construed as medical advice or used to replace a licensed medical professional’s independent judgment about the appropriateness or risks of a procedure for a given patient. You should always consult your doctor to determine what is right for you.

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