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Georgetown Student Health Insurance

Posted by Brunett Amo on Monday, 14 October, 2019 18:00:24

Most full-time students in a degree program are required to have adequate health insurance. A charge for the Premier Plan appears on students' accounts when their course registration meets the eligibility criteria. Enrollment in the Premier Plan can be waived if a student has other adequate coverage.

Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) requires all international and local expatriate students to have a supplementary private health insurance coverage. Additionally, all enrolled students are recommended to obtain and carry their Qatar National Health (Hamad) Card.

All GU students participating in a study abroad program are automatically enrolled in the GU Education Abroad Health Insurance Plan. The premium for this insurance (approximately $60.00 per trimester) is billed to the student's account for semester and full-year programs, and is included in the total program cost for GU summer programs.

FIND A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL If you are on the Main Campus experiencing a life threatening medical emergency, call the Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (GERMS) at (202) 687.4357. If you are on the Law Campus experiencing a life threatening medical emergency, dial 911. For other student health services on Georgetown University's main campus, consult the […]

Students University Georgetown University maintains a comprehensive program of insurance and self-insurance to address a variety of exposures. The Office of Risk Management is responsible for evaluating loss exposures and arranging appropriate insurance coverage to protect the University's financial assets.

If suddenly you need medical care, then georgetown student health insurance can protect you from unexpectedly high costs. In other words - pay now, so as not to overpay later. But you need to think about it now! How to get georgetown student health insurance? If you are poor, the state will pay insurance premiums […]