Michigan Temporary Health Insurance plans are intended for persons who are:
- Between jobs, laid off, on strike
- Attending school or recently graduated
- Employed part-time or temporarily
- Waiting for permanent health insurance to begin
- Temporarily without health insurance for most any reason
Temporary health insurance plans are intended as interim or "gap" coverage for healthy people who are temporarily without medical insurance. Plans can be purchased for as short as 30 days up to 180 days and can become effective as early as tomorrow. You can pay in one single premium or easy monthly installments.
Temporary health insurance is designed to protect you from unforeseen illness or injury and is not meant to cover preventative care, routine exams, dental or eyecare, or immunizations. These plans provide coverage for a limited time and you may or may not be able to buy additional health insurance after that time, depending on your health.
You can find out more about Michigan Temporary Health Insurance by contacting Golm Insurance Agency. Go to our contact us page to email or call Bob Golm.