Insurance & Billing
For more information in regards to health insurance for international students please visit /isso/health-insurance/
Oakland University has been notified by our previous health insurance carrier (UHC-SR) that the voluntary student health insurance program for domestic students will no longer be available beginning fall 2014.
- UnitedHealthcare StudentResources (Oakland University student insurance)
- HAP Urgent Care (for short term illness such as flu, earache, cough, minor injuries etc.)
- BCBS Traditional
- BCBS Messa
- BCBS PPO
- PPOM / Cofinity
- Priority Health
- Priority Health HMO
- United Health Care Choice Plus
- UnitedHealth Care PPO Options
- Some Medicaid plans accepted (Please call GHC for verification)
If proof of insurance is not available at the time of service, payment is required. However, you may submit the receipt to your insurance company for reimbursement. We can not refund your cash payment and bill your insurance company at a later date.
Depending on your coverage, many laboratory services (throat cultures, blood tests) can be billed directly through participating laboratories.
Please contact your insurance company to verify benefits.
Please bring your insurance card with you, or a copy of the front and back of your parent’s card. We work very hard to keep your out-of-pocket expenses to a minimum but we can not guarantee insurance coverage/payment.
The primary purpose of health insurance in college is to keep students in school so they can graduate and realize their professional and career dreams.
The Healthy Michigan Plan provides health care coverage to low-income Michigan Residents. Find out if you qualify here.
For out-of-state students, consider whether your current employer-provided insurance adequately covers your student. If your student is attending an out-of-state school, your employer provided PPO may consider the health care providers in that state out of network, which will increase your out-of-pocket costs. An HMO plan may consider those same providers as being out of their service area.
The Young Invincibles, a national advocacy organization for young Americans between the ages of 18 and 34, provides a free online information toolkit to give students and families valuable information about health care coverage. Their Getting Covered website explains insurance options for students in every state and provides other resources for graduating young adults.
If you are turning 26 years old, moving to a new home, getting married, or having a baby, you may be able to enroll in health insurance! If you are facing one of these life-changing events, make sure that you get covered. Hurry–you may only have a limited time to get insurance!
Office Charges for the most common services at GHC
|Immunizations, Titers and Drug Screen|
|Varicella Titer (chicken pox)||$18.20|
|Varicella & MMR Titer||$79.90|
|Hepatitis B Titer||$20.00|
|TB Skin Test||$12.00|
|Td (tetanus diphtheria) Vaccine||$30.00|
|MMR Vaccine||$85.00 each x 2|
|HPV 9 Vaccine||$210.00 each x 3|
|Hepatitis B Vaccine||$80.00 each x 3|
|Plan B (Emergency Contraception)||$18.00|
|Pregnancy test (urine)||$15.00|
|HIV (rapid test)||$20.00|
For medication and other lab charges please call Graham Heath Center at 248-370-2341