HIMA San Pablo hospitals Why Triple-S won’t you renew the contract with HIMA-San Pablo hospital? Triple-S has its primary commitment to the health of its affiliates and members. We are responsible for ensuring that the members of our health providers network service are focused on collaborating closely to guarantee integrated health care, which has been and will continue to be our North. Why Triple-S won't you renew the contract with HIMA-San Pablo hospital? Triple-S has its primary commitment to the health of its affiliates and members. We are responsible for ensuring that the members of our health providers network service are focused on collaborating closely to guarantee integrated health care, which has been and will continue to be our North. If I already have my preauthorized services in any HIMA-San Pablo hospital, what happens after May 31? Your preauthorized services will be honored as coordinated. My doctor only treats healthcare services at HIMA-San Pablo hospitals. What happens now? Health services will be coordinated after May 31 so your doctor can continue your treatment at a nearby hospital facility. Do the doctors with medical offices at the HIMA building also go out of the network? The decision not to renew the contract only applies to the hospital services of the HIMA-San Pablo hospital network. The doctors who have offices in the HIMA San Pablo tower and are currently providers in our network will continue to be part of our network. Which nearby hospitals to HIMA-San Pablo can I visit? Triple-S has more than 45 contracted hospitals, and the nearby are: Bayamón: Doctors' Center Hospital Bayamón Medical Center Puerto Rico Children's Hospital Hospital Universitario Dr. Ramón Ruiz Arnau Caguas: Hospital Menonita Humacao: Ryder Hospital Fajardo: Caribbean Medical Center Hospital Carolina: Doctors' Center Hospital Hospital UPR Carolina - Dr. Federico Trilla What if I am hospitalized in one of the HIMA-San Pablo hospitals on or after May 31? Will I? be covered by the healthcare plan? If you are hospitalized as of May 31, the transition period will be extended until ninety (90) days after the date you are discharged. I am pregnant, and my due date is after May 31. Where will my birth be attended? If you are in your second trimester of pregnancy as of May 31 and have been receiving pregnancy-related medical treatment before that date, your transition period will be extended until the date of discharge from the mother's hospitalization for delivery or the date of the baby's discharge, whichever is later. I am being treated for a terminal condition. Will I no longer be able to receive treatment at HIMA-San Pablo hospitals? If, as of May 31, you have a diagnosis of a terminal condition and you are receiving medical treatment related to that condition before that date, your service period will be extended for the remaining time of your life. What do I do if I have an emergency and my nearest hospital is HIMA-San Pablo? An emergency is covered at any hospital.