Notices:

“Visit Your Doctor TODAY” Campaign

After the events of Hurricanes Irma and María, many insured have had difficulty in accessing their health service providers throughout the Island.

To keep all insured, Triple S and nine insurance companies informed; they have joined the Health Insurance Administration of Puerto Rico (ASES) and several professional associations and health entities to create this national directory of all service providers that are operating in Puerto Rico.

For more details please access the following links:

  • ASES Newsletter – “Visit Your Doctor TODAY”
  • Directory of Health Service Providers and Facilities
  • Government Health Plan Beneficiary West and Metro-North Regions:

    At Triple-S Salud, we are committed to your well-being and we want to help you find the health care services you need. That’s why it’s important for you to know which health care providers are already seeing patients.

    Visit our interactive map to find updated information about the providers who are currently rendering services to our beneficiaries [ go to the provider map ]. By clicking on the link, you are leaving the Government Health Plan website.

    If you need further assistance you may contact our Call Center 787 775 1352, or
    1 800 981-1352 free of charge, twenty four (24) hours, seven (7) days a week. TTY users should call 1-855-295-4040; free of charge.
    https://salud.grupotriples.com/en/provider-map/

    2016 CAHPS GHP Satisfaction Survey

    Triple-S conducted the CAHPS survey of satisfaction to Metro North and West Region Government Health Plan beneficiaries from October 2016 to January 2017. This survey measures the experience our beneficiaries have had with their health care.

    Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Triple-S Salud, Inc. complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and do not discriminate, exclude or treat individuals differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.

    See Important Changes

    Important Changes to the Copayments and the Drug List for Beneficiaries of the Government Health Plan. Changes are effective July 1, 2016. Please click here for Copayments and Drug Lists.