Whether you are a Canadian Resident or an International Student you will require valid Health Coverage to receive medical attention at the Health Centre.
Counselling Services do not require Health Coverage.
On each visit to the Health Services, you will need:
- Your Humber College Student Card
- A valid Provincial Health Card (*Canadian Residents only)
- International Student Health Insurance Card. (*International Students only)
- International Students can learn about their health insurance plan at the International Student Centre or on-line at www.international.humber.ca.
- How does my coverage work if I am from another province other then Ontario? (*Except Quebec)
- Students from other provinces are covered by the Health Insurance of their home province, providing it is up-to-date. Simply present your valid Provincial Health Card when you arrive for your appointment.
- How does my coverage work if I am from Quebec?
- If you are a student from Quebec you will be asked to pay for your medical services up front. You will need to submit your receipt of payment to the Quebec government to get reimbursed.
- How do I find out the cost of service fees?
- Consult with the Medical Secretary as to service fees. (Amounts are subject to change based on OHIP fee schedule.)
To find out more, come to the health centre and speak to the nurse or medical secretary.
- Is there any cost to me when I visit a doctor?
- To see the doctor, there is no direct cost to you if you have a provincial Health Insurance Card or your International Student Health Insurance Card. However, be advised that some services are NOT covered by health insurance, such as immunization records, work placement forms, volunteer forms etc.