Questions about Baker's Application Process - page 2
Hi All! I was wondering if someone could tell me the process of Baker's clinical application process. I'm going to talk to the Dean about this but I was just curious if someone here wouldn't mind... Read More
0Jan 19, '10 by blue_eyed_mommyMy kids are what I am the most worried about because of my husbands deployment. Otherwise he's really great about supporting me and watching the kids when I need it. He carries our insurance through the military so that's not really a problem. My kids aren't old enough to understand (5, 3 and 5months) but our family has promised to help out. I'm glad clinicals aren't too far away though because I was really worried about that. I just have patho, pharm, and holistic to get through next semester. My classes aren't too bad right now (micro, ap2 and 2 computer classes)
0Jan 20, '10 by blue_eyed_mommyThe insurance for children in the state that are not insured is called MIchild or HealthyKids and you can fill out an application online. It's actually a pretty easy program to navigate and it would be perfect in your situation where you are attending school. Most doctors in Genesee County take it as well. When my oldest was first born we used MIchild for about 6 months.
0Jan 20, '10 by LauJenI am at Clinton Township, and I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of my letter (hopefully an acceptance!) for the Spring 2010 program. I have 23.27 points out of 24, but I don't know if it will be good enough....really depends on the competition!
As far as insurance goes, you can get state aid with MIchild or HealthyKids - only problem is that would be for your kids, not you, and you have to have insurance to do clinicals, from what I understand. BUT, once you make it into the program, they offer a low cost insurance through Sentry, and it's meant for the students in the program. Only problem is, IF you have to quit your job, how low cost is low cost when you're not making any income!?
Any one else going to Clinton Twp? Best of luck to you all!