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University of Colorado Denver

The Office of Student Health

Student Insurance Office

Anschutz Medical Campus Students

To see instructions how to create an account to print a temp ID card 14COL2954_CreateAccountFlyer_v2_digital.pdf14COL2954_CreateAccountFlyer_v2_digital.pdf.
If you are getting a flu shot or any other covered immunizations at a pharmacy other then Walgreens or CVS you must pay out of pocket and then send it in with the Generic UHCSR Claim Form.pdfGeneric UHCSR Claim Form.pdf for reimbursement. If you get a immunizations at your provider, Walgreens, and CVS then they may submit your claim directly to UnitedHealthCare for payment if they are in-network under your medical benefits.
If you are having problems filling prescriptions or have been told your prescription is not covered if you would like the Student Insurance Office can see what is going on.  However in order to do so you would first need to complete this PRA form PRA.pdfPRA.pdf  you may also complete this online at , once you have done this then you may contact my office to help you.
The issue with the Nuva Ring not paying correctly has now been corrected.  To fill the Nuva Ring at network pharmacy your should now only be paying $15.  This issue was resolved in late January 2015.
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan is an Annual Plan with coverage effective through August 31, 2015 and the Plan renews on September 1st of every year without the option to term mid-year off the plan.  Enrollment for the insurance is limited to the Fall semester for Annual enrollment, except for new Students in the Spring or Summer semesters; or for students who qualify for Late Enrollment.  Refunds will be made upon the entry into the armed forces of any country.  Students must actively attend classes the first 31 days of the semester for which the student purchased insurance coverage.   If the student withdraws from school or drops below the required credit hours within the first 31 days, a refund will be refunded if the withdrawal occurs during the first 31 days.  Students who withdraw will not be entitled to any benefits during the days described and no claims received will be honored.  No other refunds will be issued except for entry into the armed forces or withdrawal from school within the first 31 days of the semester in which the student enrolled.

All degree and specific approved, certificate-seeking students enrolled in five or more credit hours must take the School's Student Health Insurance Plan unless they can prove enrollment in other comparable insurance. Students taking under five credit hours in a degree program are also eligible to purchase the SHI Plan by submitting a selection/waiver form by the deadline date.

Downtown Campus Students

If you are attending the Downtown Campus and have insurance questions please call 303-556-6273 or visit the Student Life web site.

The Student Insurance Office

The Student Insurance Office is available to all students at the School of Medicine to assist with selecting or waiving the Student Insurance Plan. The Student Health Insurance Coordinator can help you evaluate your insurance needs so you choose the best plan available. If you are having problems understanding a bill, or you think an error has been made, don't hesitate to contact the Student Insurance Office. One of the functions of the Student Insurance Office is to help you resolve billing issues.

The Student Health Insurance Office welcomes each of you to the University of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus. We are looking forward to assisting you in maintaining good health while you achieve your educational goals.

Office of Student Health

Phone: 303-724-7674

Street Address: Education II, North, Room #3208


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