CUNY School of Law provides access to health insurance plans including GHI/CUNY Student Health Program and the American Bar Association Group Health Insurance Plan. Also available are New York State plans which include Family Health Plus, a no-cost insurance program for adults, Healthy New York for uninsured workers, and CHOICE, the New York Medicaid plan. The Office of Student Affairs will assist any student who would like more information
GHI/CUNY STUDENT HEALTH PROGRAM
Group Health Incorporated
P.O. Box 2820
New York, NY 10116-2820
Phone: 800-444-2333 (New applicants)
212-501-4444 (Current subscribers)
The deadline to enroll in the CUNY/GHI plan is October 31, 2012. The next opportunity to enroll will be during the Spring 2013 semester.
For current premiums and more information about the CUNY/GHI plan, please go to the website.
AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN
Law Student Division
541 North Fairbanks Court
Chicago, IL 60611
The ABA plan is underwritten by United Health Care Insurance Company.
Please see website for pricing and plan information. www.uhcsr.com/ABA
* Please note: This insurance is open to ABA student members. Students can join for a fee of $25.00.
FAMILY HEALTH PLUS
NY State's no-cost health insurance program for adults who do not currently have health insurance - either on their own or through their employers but have incomes too high to qualify for Medicaid. Family Health Plus is available to single adults (age 19-64 earning up to $10,890.00 per year), couples without children, and parents with low income (parents in a family of 4 earning up to $33,525 per year), who live in NY State and are US Citizens or fall under one of many immigrant categories. NO co-payments, deductibles or contributions once a student has enrolled. Application, certain information, and personal interview required.
NYC HealthStat prescreening Phone: 1-888-NYC-6116 www.nyc.gov/healthstat
New York Medicaid CHOICE
HEALTHY NEW YORK
The Healthy NY program is designed to assist small business owners in providing their employees and their employees' families with the health insurance they need and deserve. In addition, uninsured workers whose employers do not provide health insurance may also purchase comprehensive coverage directly through the Healthy NY program. Rates vary by plan and county you live in.
TRAVEL INSURANCE SERVICES' STUDY USA HEALTHCARE
For International Students
Study USA Healthcare provides heath benefits to foreign students studying in the U.S. and also U.S. students planning to study abroad.
INTERNATIONAL SOS ASSISTANCE, INC.
For International Students
Getting Health Insurance You Can Afford
New York City Managed Care Consumer Assistance Program (NYC MCCAP)
Phone: (212) 614-5400
Please note: The Office of Student Affairs strongly suggests that every student requesting the above information contact specific health insurance providers individually to obtain current information regarding potential health insurance providers and the details of their coverage. This information is subject to change and is not comprehensive.