All medical students are required to have health insurance as a condition of their enrollment in the medical school. Following the lead of many other medical schools across the country, the medical school has negotiated a comprehensive group health plan on behalf of our students and has made it mandatory at a reasonable price. This policy, through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, is mandatory because we believe it to be the best value available in terms of the benefits package for the premium charged.
The benefits have been adjusted each year to meet the needs of students based on student input through the Student Senate. The benefits include adult immunizations approved by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All students will be enrolled in the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Group Health Benefits Plan unless they are eligible for a waiver. Our insurance broker is Michael Vincent and our Coordinator for Affiliation Agreements & Health Insurance is Kiara Scott.
Health Insurance Payments
Wayne State University School of Medicine requires Medical students to maintain health insurance coverage as a condition of enrollment. Health insurance premium payments are accepted and processed by CASHNet Smartpay. CASHNET Smartpay is a third-party payment processor operating under an agreement with Wayne State University to process electronic payments on your behalf. Make a payment here.
To register for medical school you must have the enrollment forms or waiver application completely filled out and signed at the time of registration.
- Instructions for Enrollment
- New Subscriber Enrollment – Highlighted
- New Subscriber Enrollment Form
- Enrollment HMO-PCP
- Definitions for Summary
- HMO Benefit Summary
- PPO Benefit Summary
- Comparison Summary
- Disability and Health Information
- Waiver Application
Coordinator for Affiliation Agreements & Health Insurance