SGPS Health and Dental Plan: Important Info
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To find information regarding the 2014-2015 Health and Dental Plan, please visit: http://www.studentvip.ca/sgps.
Please contact the SGPS Front Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about claims or the Health and Dental Plan.
Some dental offices, pharmacies etc. will be able to file your claim electronically. In these cases, you will be mailed a cheque and that's it!
If you are not able to file electronically, you need to mail a claim form and your original receipts. The easiest way to do this is to bring
your receipts to the SGPS Office and our Front Desk Staff will help you mail the claim. We'll even pay the postage! If you prefer to do it yourself, please download the required form below:
A number of other forms are also available. Please click here
to see all of the other forms.
Fee Details For All Types Of Coverage
Prices for January 2015 - August 2015 enrolment
Single Coverage: The cost for single coverage is as follows:
Health: $220 Dental: $200 Total: $420
Couple Plan: If you already have single coverage, you can add your partner or your child to your plan. Click here to learn more about opting-in. The additional fee for the Couple Plan is as follows:
Health: $150 Dental: $210 Total: $360
Family Plan:If you already have single coverage, you can add your partner and/or your child(ren) to your plan. Click here to learn more about opting-in. The additional fee for the Family Plan is as follows:
Health: $225 Dental: $320 Total: $545
Finding a Doctor in Kingston
All current students who have paid their fees are eligible to use Queen's Health, Counselling and Disability Services (HCDS) if they need to see a physician, nurse, counsellor, or psychiatrist.
HCDS is located at 146 Stuart Street, in the La Salle building, across from Adelaide Hall.
Appointments can be booked and cancelled by calling 613-533-2506. Counselling services offers a 24-hour confidential line, 613-533-6000 x. 78264.
You can find more information at http://www.queensu.ca/hcds/.
Please note: Only students and their legal partners have access to HCDS. Children of students, even if they are covered by the SGPS health and dental plan, need to see their own practicing health professionals.