Health Benefits Administration

The SDACC Health Benefits Department strives to provide optimal health care benefits to employees and their families of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada.

For claims submissions and general inquiries, please email ac.tsitnevdanull@stifenebhtlaeh.

Our mission is to promote a clearly defined benefits program to maintain the health and income needs of our employees. Our benefits include:

  • extended health and dental benefits,
  • disability insurance,
  • life insurance, and
  • personal accident insurance.

We are committed to the principles of integrity and professionalism. We endeavor to provide our employees with high-quality service and exceptional coverage.



Jeremy O'Dell
Ext. 2076

General Inquiries / Claims Submission

(905) 433-3964
(800) 263-7868


Tiffany Smith
Ext. 2075

Health Benefit Specialist

Marie Corniel
Ext. 2077


KJ Jacinto-Penney
Ext. 2075

Available Departmental Resources

Online Claims Submission:

  • Online Claims Submission
    Submit your Extended Health, Dental, Vision and Paramedical claims via our online form. (External Link)

Online Claims Access Portal:

Prior Approval for Major Dental Work:

  • Prior Approval for Major Dental Work must be submitted by your Dentist, accompanied with a radiograph.

Administrative Forms:

Claim Forms:

Claiming Lifestyle Benefits for Active Employees:

Guidelines for Wellness Benefits

For Employer Use Only:

GoodLife Fitness:

IA Request for Conversion Group Life Insurance:

Manulife Provincial Plan Replacement Coverage:

Optional Life and AD&D Benefit Forms:

Out Of Country - CANADA LIFE:

Prior Authorization Forms and Drug List:

Short Term Disability:

  • Claim forms available from your employer or Health Benefits Administration.

Tax Reporting:

  • If you wish to claim your medical expenses please save the bottom portion of the reimbursement cheque we send to you, it will provide the detailed information you require, or keep a copy of the receipt.

    For tax purposes you may report the portion not paid by this office if it meets the minimum medical expense deduction for Canada Revenue Agency.

    ALSO NOTE, your extended health and dental benefits are paid by your employer, therefore, you may not claim those premiums as an additional medical expense to include in the Canada Revenue Agency medical deduction.