New York Medical College requires all students to maintain active health insurance. If you have another insurance plan and would like to waive the New York Medical College (Touro Group) - Sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan, a waiver request must be submitted by the deadline for your program.
*There is no dental or vision under the 2022-2023 plan.
Fall 2022 Waiver: CLOSED
Spring 2023 Open Enrollment: All Continuing Students
December 1, 2022, thru December 22, 2022
Students without an approved waiver on file by their deadline will have their account billed and be auto-enrolled into the student health insurance.
Please read Waiver Process below.
Health Sciences Assurance Consulting, Inc. (HSAC) is the Touro Group Student Insurance Plan Administrator. HSAC is your source for all insurance related questions, enrollment requests, waiver submissions and approvals, assistance with your insurance if you are enrolled in the Touro student insurance plan including ID cards, coverage questions, claims issues, checking for provider networks.
Visit the NYMC Student Health Insurance where you will find all the information for the NYMC Student Insurance Plan, Enrollment and Waiver Process, and essential documents for the insurance plan.
The 2022/2023 NYMC student health insurance plan design is a PPO plan, with in-network and out-of-network benefits and is an ACA compliant Platinum level plan. The NYMC student health insurance plan is provided by Aetna Student Health.
2022/2023 NYMC Enrollment Process
All students are required to submit proof of insurance that meets all requirements set forth by NYMC by the waiver deadline or enroll in the NYMC Student Insurance plan. If proof of other acceptable health insurance is not provided before the waiver deadline, your enrollment in the NYMC student plan will be processed and the insurance premium will be added to your student account.
2022/2023 NYMC Waiver Process
If you have a current insurance coverage and would like to waive for the 2022/2023 Policy Year You MUST submit a waiver request.
Maintaining health insurance coverage is mandatory for all on-campus NYMC students and all students MUST be covered by a domestic health insurance plan. All students are required to enroll in the NYMC - Sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan unless an acceptable Waiver is provided in a timely manner. The acceptable coverage to waive the NYMC - Sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan must have comprehensive coverage throughout the United States. Your plan must have a provider network for primary care, specialty, hospital and diagnostics care in New York or in states where students are designated for rotations. HMO plans only qualify for the state in which you are residing, in New York you must have a New York HMO. Plans that qualify to waive the NYMC student health insurance plan are:
Individual health plans are acceptable by exception and will only be considered with a minimum of the following benefits:
Coverage must be in force for the entire school term
You will receive a confirmation email via the online system once your submission is completed. Your insurance information will be reviewed and verified that it meets the requirements set forth by NYMC to waive the student health insurance plan. Please allow 3-5 business days for processing. You will receive an email from HSAC with confirmation that your waiver has been approved, declined or further information is needed. If further information is needed, please respond to the email by the response time requested in the email. If you submit a waiver and it is not approved by the deadline for your program, you will be automatically enrolled and charged for the NYMC student health insurance plan. To submit your waiver request, click the “Waiver” tab at the top of this page.
If you are currently insured by another health plan, please take the time to compare your benefits and cost to the 2021/2022 NYMC student health insurance plan. The NYMC 2022/2023 health plan offers very comprehensive benefits and the cost for the group coverage may be lower than your current plan. Remember, once you waive you will need an involuntary loss of coverage to enroll in the student health plan after the annual open enrollment period has ended. If you find that the NYMC plan better meets your medical and financial needs than your current plan, voluntary termination does not make you eligible for enrollment after the annual enrollment period has ended. Enrollment in the NYMC student insurance plan is on a semester basis. The Spring Semester open enrollment/waiver period will begin on December 1, 2022 until December 22, 2022 for the Spring Semester effective date of 01/01/2023.
HSA Consulting, Inc. as the group administrator for the student health plan and will verify the waiver information to ensure all students are currently, and remain, in compliance with NYMC’s health insurance requirements. All information submitted is confidential and utilized for verification of health insurance only.
Please feel free to contact Trish Cuccio at HSAC (888-978-8355) or email with any questions regarding the waiver/enrollment process or the NYMC student health insurance plan.