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Diocese Office of Human Resources
  (issues pertaining to Benefits, Pension, Insurance, Employment)  
Medical & Dental Plans Pharmacy Eye Care Mental Health & Substance Abuse Employee Assistance Program
Health Advocate Services Travel Protection Hearing Life Insurance Disability Insurance Lay Pensions

The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island is proud and pleased to provide all clergy and lay employees, working a minimum of 1000 hours a year or salaried, with benefits offered to the Diocese by the Episcopal Church Medical Trust.

We hope that employees of diocesan missions, parishes, schools, and institutions find the information we have gathered to be helpful in understanding and utilizing their benefits. These programs are overseen and directed by Nancy Signore, our Benefits Administrator. She welcomes your comments and suggestions for ways to improve this useful tool.

Transportation and Parking Fringe Benefit
Savings using pre-taxed $$$
Nancy Signore
Diocese Human
Resource Manager

(516) 248-4800 x111
  The Episcopal Church Medical Trust  

The Episcopal Church Medical Trust is the sponsor of health plans that have served the Episcopal Church since 1978. Benefits and offerings include:

  • Health Plans
  • Pharmacy
  • Vision
  • Hearing (Retirees)
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Health Advocate Services
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse
  • Travel Protection

The Medical Trust has provided healthcare benefits to employees of the Diocese of Long Island since 1978. For information on your healthcare benefits, you can always contact the Medical Trust Client Engagement Call Center Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. at (800) 480-9967, or e-mail mtcustserv@cpg.org.

  Who is The Medical Trust?  

As part of the Church Pension Group, the Episcopal Church Medical Trust (the Medical Trust) has served the Church for over 30 years. They are committed to providing Church employees and retirees compassionate Christian health benefits and outstanding service, balanced with strong financial stewardship for the Episcopal Church.


The Medical Trust is a Voluntary Employees’ Beneficiary Association (VEBA) under section 501(c)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code. As defined by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Medical Trust is a Church Plan and, as such, is exempt from ERISA.

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