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Health and Liability Insurance through NSNA

Posted by Laura on January 15, 2010

From NSNA on their health/liability insurance offered. Find more at www.NSNA.org or the links in the articles below pulled from their site.

LINK: UnitedHealth
NSNA members and their eligible spouse and dependents can purchase group injury and sickness insurance provided by United Healthcare Student Resources. The plan includes prescription drug coverage and continuation privilege for a period of up to nine months after graduation if eligible. It is affordable for students and their dependents. Available in most states. Visit www.uhcsr.com/NSNA or call 1-800-505-5450 for more information.

UnitedHealth Allies® Discount Dental and Vision Plans (& More) – Included at no extra cost with every NSNA student health insurance policy is the UnitedHealth Allies® discount program. Although not insurance, the UnitedHealth Allies discount program provides up to 50% savings for a variety of healthcare services and products including dental, vision and wellness. Enjoy additional savings on massage therapy, sports apparel & equipment, fitness club membership and even textbooks. The discount card is accepted at thousands of locations nationwide.

Collegiate Assistance Program (CAP) – Help for stressful situations – Also included at no extra cost with every NSNA student health insurance policy is 24/7, toll free access to a team of Registered Nurses and Student Assistance Specialists that are there to help students manage common problems and stressors that can detract from academic success. CAP professionals can assist with health, personal, school, legal or financial concerns before they become unmanageable.


LINK: NSO
Malpractice Insurance
Nurses Service Organization (NSO) is the official NSNA-endorsed provider of professional liability insurance for nursing students. NSO offers students malpractice protection coverage up to $1 Million per occurrence up to $6 million annually, for only $29 a year! After you graduate and begin to take on full nursing duties, you’ll be eligible for a 50% discount off the full-time nurse’s premium as a First-year Graduate (good for 12 months following graduation date). Visit www.nso.com/NSNA for more information.

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