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Insurance

The University does not provide medical insurance. However, it is strongly recommended that students carry private health insurance as illnesses, emergencies, and accidents can cost thousands of dollars.

If you are currently enrolled in a parent or guardian’s plan, you can continue to be covered by that plan up to age 26.

If you choose to buy a health insurance plan, please make sure that it includes coverage by physicians, hospitals, and clinics in Pennsylvania, and that it is accepted by Penn Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine (PAYAM) @ Radnor, Cabrini’s health service provider. Please explore the list of the insurance plans accepted by Penn Medicine.

If you do not have health insurance, you can still be seen at PAYAM and pay out-of-pocket for their services, or visit any of the Urgent Care Facilities listed under Emergency and After-Hours Care.

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