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Dear Student & Parent/Guardian:
Iona College is very concerned about the health and the financial well-being of its students. An unexpected Accident or Illness can result in the need for specialized care and higher than anticipated medical expenses. Student Accident & Sickness insurance can help students obtain the necessary treatment and reduce out of pocket expenses; therefore, we are pleased to advise you that Iona has arranged for a Student Health Insurance Plan that is in compliance with the federal healthcare legislation referred to as the Patient Protection and Affordable plan for 2012- 2013 school year. The Student Health Plan brochure provides complete details regarding the coverage, benefits, limits and exclusions. The brochure will be posted online here. If you have questions following your review of the brochure, please contact the Program Manager, The Allen J. Flood Companies Inc., at 800-734-9326 ext. 259 and speak to Anet Gainey.
All enrolled Full-time Undergraduate students are automatically covered for Basic Accident insurance benefits up to $20,000. Full-time Undergraduate also has the option of purchasing the Sickness coverage with a benefit of $100,000.
All Graduate, (part-time or full-time) as well as part-time Undergraduate students have the option to purchase the Accident benefit of up to $20,000 and the Sickness Medical Expense benefits up to a maximum of $100,000.
Students and their families can review the plan brochure and enroll online here. Under the caption "Tools for Students, Participants & Policyholder" select "College & University Students", click on "Iona College and then Enrollment Form." Visa, MasterCard and Discover are acceptable payment methods. The enrollment deadline for the Annual coverage is October 15, 2012. Newly enrolled students for the Spring Semester must enroll in the program no later than February 15, 2013.
The information made available online includes a complete description of the coverage, exclusions, limitations and rates. Please review all of the information carefully. Questions regarding the program can be directed to The Allen J. Flood Companies at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-734-9326.
Charles J. Carlson
Vice Provost for Student Life
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