||McKinley Health Center
||Student Health Insurance
||Non-University Health Insurance
|Who is covered?
||All full-time students have paid the mandatory health service fee that
gives you access to McKinley. Optional coverage is available for part-time
||Students who have paid the University health insurance fee. To
permanently decline this coverage you must have filled out an exemption
form proving you have equivalent coverage.
||Students who are enrolled in insurance plans of
their parents, employer,
or government funded plans.
|What do they offer?
||Basic primary medical care, gynecological exams, and mental health
services. Prescription and non-prescription drugs. Immunizations.
||Worldwide primary, specialty, emergency, and
hospital;-based medical care
for illness and injury. Mental health services. Prescription drug discount
||Most plans offer primary, specialty, emergency, and hospital-based
medical care. Some cover other services and prescription drugs.
|Will I have to pay for each visit?
||There is no charge for a kept appointment.
There is a co-pay or a charge for prescriptions. Cost of immunizations vary.
||You will have to pay an annual deductible and
in most cases a % of the bill for each visit.
||Some plans require you stay in a network of
doctors, get referrals, or pre-approval.
|Hours of operation?
*during academic year
|Providers' hours vary
||Providers' hours vary
|How can I get more info?
|The Insurance Office:
|Check your schedule of benefits or call your
insurance provider (or parents).
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