To access detailed information regarding the plan highlights for Medical Insurance Benefits at Walla Walla Community College, kindly consult the LewerGlobal IMG Insurance Plan Summary. This document provides an overview of the medical insurance coverage and benefits offered per policy year, allowing you to make informed decisions about your healthcare needs and coverage.
Please note: Lewer health insurance is affiliated with a network of health care providers (PPOs) under the CIGNA group of insurance companies. The figures shown above are for any doctor or clinic within the CIGNA PPO network. Costs for using a doctor outside of the Cigna PPO network may be higher.
For more information about LewerGlobal IMG insurance, please see the Related Links or visit the LewerGlobal IMG website: https://lewerglobal.com/f1-student-health-insurance/
Seeking medical treatment
In the US, hospitals are used primarily in emergency situations only. If a student needs treatment for a minor injury or illness, or for routine medical care, s/he should go to a walk-in medical clinic (no appointment needed) or make an appointment to see a general practice doctor or specialist.
To find a walk-in clinic or a doctor or specialist that is covered by Lewer insurance, please see the Related Links.
Lewer health insurance is paid quarterly and is automatically added to the student’s bill each quarter at registration.
For new students: health insurance coverage begins when the student enters the U.S., up to 30 days before classes begin and ends one day before the next quarter’s classes begin
For current students: coverage begins the first day of the quarter and ends one day before the next quarter’s classes begin.
We strongly recommend that students continue their insurance during the vacation quarter to ensure they have adequate coverage. Please note that the Lewer insurance policy provides coverage in all countries except the student’s home country.
Completion of Program
After completing their program, students are covered for 30 days from the last day of their final quarter before returning home. Students can purchase additional insurance for coverage for the entire 60 days of grace period allowed under F-1 regulations. Students who transfer from Walla Walla Community College to another institution will not be covered beyond the last day of their final quarter at WWCC.
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- Walla Walla Clinic
- LewerGlobal IMG insurance plan summary
- LewerGlobal IMG insurance FAQs
- MyNurse 24/7 (24-hour medical advice in multiple languages)
- International Student Support System (24-hour mental health counselor)
- How to complete a Lewer Claims Questionnaire
- Finding a specialist
- Optional dental and vision insurance
- Optional short-term insurance
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|Urgent care facilities offer quick, effective care for minor injuries or illnesses that need urgent attention. Visit urgent care for:
|Emergency room visits should be reserved for situations that could result in loss of life or limb if not treated immediately. Seek emergency care for: