The Queen’s Medical Center accepts most insurance types. Your doctor will decide which procedures, tests and other consultations you may need. However, many health plans require pre-certification, a referral from your primary care physician, and sometimes predetermination of medical necessity prior to care being rendered. In addition, some services may not be a covered benefit for some plans. Please contact your insurance company to verify eligibility.
Your health is important to us and we want to provide you with the information you need to make decisions. During this critical time, you may be wondering what to do if you or a family member needs health care. If you are recently uninsured or are at risk of becoming uninsured, here are some avenues to explore.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) plans for individuals and families are available through the federal exchange, HealthCare.gov. You may be able to get a government subsidy to help pay for your monthly membership rate.
You may be eligible to get a health plan at no cost or low cost from the state during these difficult economic times. Learn how to apply by visiting the QUEST Integration website: https://medical.mybenefits.hawaii.gov.
You may continue your employer-sponsored coverage for a limited time (about 18 months). You will need to pay the full plan membership bill every month and an administrative fee. Reach out to your employer for more details.
You may be eligible for coverage as a dependent through your spouse or partner’s employer, or another organization. If you are under 26, your parents may be able to add you to their plan.
The following organizations can provide assistance in navigating your health insurance options: