Nursing School Insurance and Pre-Existing Condition - page 2
Hello, I am looking into potentially becoming a nurse if I can. Early this past year, I was diagnosed with an illness that kind of came out of left field. It's definitely taken it's toll on me a... Read More
0Jan 23, '12 by CDEWannaBeThank you for posting this question and for everyone's responses. My nursing program also requires health insurance (of course, since we'll be exposed to all sorts of diseases and injuries in the hospital) but I have type 1 diabetes and have never been able to get private insurance. Thanks for giving suggestions to check out.
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0Jan 23, '12 by jwrandsHi bmelissa,
I'm in California and looking to stay here. The good news being here is that a resident is allowed up to 36 months of COBRA coverage. Haven't looked at the state's insurance programs since passage of the Obama's healthcare act. However, I do know that the state has two programs, the PCIP (Pre-Existing Conditions Insurance Plan) and MRMIP (Major Risk Medical Insurance Plan) for people with PECs of which I will be looking over with a fine tooth comb. Also, don't know how things will be come 2014, my target year to start nursing school. So can I presume that you're covered through your state's PCIP?