I recommend that you compare the cost and coverage of the plan your insurance agent has presented you with the Cover Florida plans at www.coverfloridahealthcare.com. By law, the Cover Florida plans cannot reject you due to a preexisting medical condition. Cover Florida insurance is based on benefit packages that have been approved by the state in a public procurement process, so you have some assurance that the insurance plan has passed a government review. Coverage is tiered -- some plan premiums are as low as $50 a month, but do not include hospital care. Full benefit plans can be as much as $500 monthly, but provide comprehensive coverage. Good luck!
You may be eligible for Medicaid. Otherwise, there are many health insurances out there that will take you despite pre-existing conditions.
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