The State of Connecticut Health Care system includes area hospitals and insurance providers. State and Community Funded Health Programs as well. Another option is Temporary Insurance to help cover medical expenses to person who are between jobs or laid off, and temporary or seasonal workers. This temporary or short-term insurance is available through Insurance CT online.

Connecticut Area Hospitals:

St. Mary's Hospital
Griffin Hospital
Hartford Hospital
New Milford Hospital
Rehabilitation Hospital of Connecticut
Waterbury Hospital
Winsted Memorial Hospital

Insurance Providers:

Connecticut Medicaid
Medicaid is a federally-funded program designed to help low income families obtain health care services. Pregnant women and children under age 19 who are living below the poverty level may be eligible for Medicaid coverage, also the elderly, blind, and disabled individuals. To apply for this program or to get more information, contact the Department of Social Services.

Connecticut HUSKY Program (Health Care for Uninsured Kids and Youth)
This is a low cost program for uninsured children. Part A of the program is for families whose income meets the lower poverty level, and Part B is for families whose income is a little above the poverty level.
To be eligible you must be; under the age of 19, live in Connecticut, and be considered low income.
Families who are eligible for Part A may pay little to no premiums.

United Way of Connecticut
The Charter Oak Health Plan is a low cost program for individual age 19 to 64. Premiums will be subsidized for those with income levels below the poverty line.

Aetna Health Insurance
Aetna Advantage Health Plans include coverage for Individuals and Families, Self-Employed, Federal Employees, and Medicare recipients. Services include; Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, Pharmacy, Holistic Health Programs and Student Health.

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Connecticut
Health insurance plans for Individuals and Family, Students and Medicare Eligible. Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO), and Medicare Supplemental Plans. The Medicare and Medicaid Services of Connecticut, has temporarily suspended the Medicare Part D Program.

CIGNA Health Care
Plans for Individuals and Families, Small Group Plans and Medicare Plans. Also Plans for Self-Employed and Graduating Students. HMO (Health Maintenance Organizations) PPO (Preferred Provider Organizations), and Consumer-Driven Health Plans like CIGNA Choice Fund (HSA) Health Savings Account.