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Insurance

All Middlebury-CMRS students are covered by HTH, a worldwide medical insurance plan. The cost of this insurance is included in the programme fee and Midlebury College will register you with HTH. Details of your registration will be emailed to your middlebury.edu email account. Be sure to print out your medical insurance card from the HTH Worldwide Website.

A direct billing plan is in place at the local medical practice that serves Middlebury-CMRS students in Oxford, so you must take your HTH insurance card to all appointments.

Personal possessions, including your computer, should also be properly insured.  Check your existing policy to see whether it extends to international coverage.

 

Medical Care

Medical.JPGDr Matthew Easdale, Dr Chloe Borton, Dr Robin Carr, Dr Andrew Papanikitas and Dr Rachel C Allan serve as the medical officers to Middlebury-CMRS. They work at 28 Beaumont Street, only a five-minute walk from St Michael’s Hall and offer a full range of medical services. Middlebury-CMRS students are treated as private patients, unless registered for at least six months which entitles you to free care under the National Health Service.

A direct billing scheme is in place, so you must take your HTH Insurance card to all appointments. On-site staff will assist you in arranging appointments.

 

Other Concerns

Please refer to the Middlebury Schools Abroad Health & Safety policies if you have questions about the following topics: 

    • Disabilities and Study Abroad
    • Diversity Abroad
    • LGBTQ Study Abroad Information
    • Staying Safe Abroad
    • Emergencies

or the M-CMRS Health & Safety Policy for other information.

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