Health & wellbeing

You need to be at your physical best to excel in both your personal and professional lives. That's why we provide a variety of health and wellbeing benefits.

  • Medical insurance hides details

    Full-time employees choose from two high-deductible health plans, which provide comprehensive medical coverage, pharmacy benefits and 100 percent coverage for age-appropriate, network preventive care, including routine vision and hearing exams. We also offer two additional high-deductible HMO plans in select geographic areas. Eligible employees also may cover their spouses or domestic partners and children.

  • Dental, vision and hearing plans shows details

    Our dental options encourage proactive preventive care and help offset the cost of major services. Our vision plan provides coverage for glasses and contact lenses. Our hearing benefit covers hearing aids through a national network of audiologists and ear, nose and throat specialists. All three benefits are available to full-time and regular part-time employees and their eligible spouses/domestic partners and children.

  • Wellbeing shows details

    Take advantage of wellbeing programs and resources through our medical plans, for example, to manage a chronic condition, quit smoking or support a healthy pregnancy, as well as additional free or discounted resources for weight loss, fitness, health coaching and more.

  • Health Savings Accounts shows details

    When you enroll in one of U.S. Bank’s medical plans, you may be eligible to contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) to save and pay for deductibles, coinsurance and qualified healthcare expenses. You contribute before-tax dollars, which lowers your taxable income. You don't pay taxes on the money you use to pay for eligible expenses. U.S. Bank also contributes to the HSAs of eligible employees, which helps you save even more. What's more, your account is yours, even if you leave U.S. Bank. Use it today, and save for tomorrow.

  • Healthcare flexible spending account shows details

    You also may be eligible to contribute to an FSA to save and pay for eligible healthcare expenses. You contribute before-tax dollars, and you don't pay taxes on the money you use to pay for eligible expenses.