All incoming students are required to submit health and immunization records prior to registration. A HOLD status will be assigned to you records until the mandatory recommendation is met. If you have misplaced your immunization documents please contact your doctor or your high schoolfor a copy. Your Physical Examination must be completed on the university form provided on the ADM17TED STUDENTS page on the www.fmuniv.edu website, All documents must be signed by a Physician, Physician’s Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner. If your native language is not English, please have your medical records translated in English before they are submitted to […]
All full-time students who are registered for the fall semester are eligible to complete and submit a waiver form at www.fmustudentinsurance.net beginning Julyl — September 15 annually. (FALL Semester) ONL Yfirst time incoming freshmen and Transfer students are eligible to waive the university sponsored insurance in the SPRING Semester
A portion of your Genera/ Fees is deducted to provide services at the on-site clinic. This is called the Health Fee. This allows you to activate services at the clinic without using your private insurance and this service is available to all full-time students at no cost. There is also limited benefits for prescription medication.
Health insurance cards can be downloaded at www.fmustudentinsurance, net and stored to your phone after registration is completed. Should you need to medical attention before you have access to your card, please visit the Student Development Center for assistance. Appointment for assistance can be made at 305-626-3120.
A Claim Form is the document you complete and submit to the insurance company after you receive medical services off campus. Find the Claim Form at www.fmustudentinsurance„net . This form provides information to the insurance company so that your bi//s can be paid and must be completed within 90 days of the service. Failure to do so may result in your bill being denied and at which time you may be liable to pay out of pocket.
Yes. Medicaid benefits are not transferrab/e to another state except in case of emergencies. Keep in mind that the doctor’s diagnosis determines if this was a true emergency. If the service is not considered an emergency, the insurance company can deny your claim. You need the university sponsored insurance to access other medical services that are not emergency services.
Health Insurance cards expire at midnight on July 31 annually. Please discard your expired card. The group number on your card changes annually. If you need see the doctor before you get your card, please go to the Student Development Center for additional assistance.
Medical bills are paid by the insurance company. If you do not submit the Claim Form the bill will not be paid Florida Memorial University contracts with the insurance company to honor the bills created by you under the terms of the insurance benefits.
Yes, The 1095B is required are sent to the address you provided the university during enrollment. If you have changed your address, please update your address with the insurance company at email@example.com and also in the Registrar’s Office on campus. Failure to do so will delay your ability to get your documents on time.
The clinic is located in Building 3 on the ground floor. You may contact the clinic at 305-626-3760.