The CIA does not provide students with health insurance. The college carries secondary student accident insurance for each student, which will provide coverage for accidents only. Students are strongly urged to obtain health insurance applicable at the campus location of attendance.
Personal Health Resources
Students with insurance should check with their insurance provider for a list of physicians or care providers in the area where they will be attending the CIA who accept the insurance. Students who need medical insurance can go to the online Health Insurance Marketplace in their permanent state of residence to get coverage.
Student Health Services
New York Campus
The CIA provides the services of a registered nurse for illness, injuries, vaccinations, and health education at the Hyde Park campus from 7 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. on weekdays when classes are in session. After hours, the Nurse Response Assistance line is available from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. weekdays, and 24 hours on Saturdays, Sundays, days with no classes, and some holidays. A physician assistant is available twice weekly at a nominal fee. The cost of prescriptions, off-campus doctors, urgent care or emergency room visits, and hospitalization is the student's responsibility.
The CIA at Greystone does not provide on-campus medical services. Care is provided through off-campus practitioners; referrals can be provided upon request. In emergency situations, students should contact the Office of Safety and Security. Injured students are reviewed by the Office of Safety and Security and then given first aid or referred to a local medical facility for treatment.
The CIA, San Antonio does not provide on-campus medical services. Care is provided through off-campus practitioners. The director of education can assist with local referrals to primary care facilities, some of which are within walking distance of the college.