There's a lot to take in with the new health insurance marketplace.
And with all the new choices, you may have questions. We can help you learn about your health plan options and provide helpful resources. We can even help you enroll into the right insurance plan.

 

Stop by one of our health insurance enrollment events.

Wednesday, March 12, Noon-6 p.m.
Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
Saint Mary Campus - Main Entrance Lobby
2233 West Division Street, Chicago

Friday, March 21, Noon-6 p.m.
St. Joseph Services
Monsignor Thiele Parish Center - Gonzaga Room
1510 North Claremont Avenue, Chicago

Saturday, March 29, Noon-6 p.m.
Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
Saint Mary Campus - 3rd Floor
2233 West Division Street, Chicago

 

In addition to enrolling into the right insurance plan, we’ll be offering body mass index and blood pressure screenings. We’ll serve refreshments as well.

Learn more.
Call 877.737.INFO (4636) or visit presencehealth.org/marketplace. To speak with one of our Spanish-speaking representatives, call 312.361.7959 or 818.224.8478. Or to reach a Polish-speaking representative, call 312.491.5086.

 

Call 877-RES-INFO for Nurse Advice, Doctor Referrals or Class Registration Monday - Friday 8 am to 8 pm • Weekends 8 am to 4pm

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