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Old 02-24-2007, 08:05 AM
 
Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Default Anyone familiar with New Mexico State health insurance?

Here's the situation: My husband is taking an early retirement and we are moving to Eldorado, NM in the late fall.

Because we are leaving our local insurance area, his COBRA benefit (which apparently only applies to the area covered by his company's health insurance) will not be available to us.

I am a diabetic and that is a pre-existing condition which prevents us from being accepted for a private insurance policy. We have not been able to find a group plan (which would accept my pre-existing condition) that would cover us until we reach Medicare age.

So....our only option might be New Mexico State health insurance. Are any of you using it or familiar with it? Would like some opinions/info about it.

Thanks!

~Sharon
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