Baltimore, MD


Well known for its aquarium, nightlife, and crab cakes, this heavily industrial city is the largest in the state of Maryland. Its landscape of factories inspired Edgar Allen Poe to spend the two decades of his life there, but is now slightly less depressing, with an incredible amount of culture. Baltimore is home to one of the country’s best independent art schools as well as great art museums, the University of Maryland, world-class scientific research at Johns Hopkins, and lots of history, including neighborhoods like Federal Hill, which was built around a waterfront park that holds an old war cannon.

Walking or biking on the winding, hilly streets can be a great way to stay healthy in lieu of an automotive commute, and many resident of Baltimore use this option. A bit of traveling is required to experience the great outdoors, but going on foot is a good opportunity to connect with the community and conserve resources. Baltimore is a fairly short drive away from skiing spots, beaches, and sailing in Annapolis.

If you are a resident of Baltimore in search of a great health insurance plan, there are several options to choose from. Since many residents are college students, make sure you check for student plans in the area. To get a relevant quote for your age, family size (if applicable), and price range, enter your zip code below:


 

For a better understanding of what health insurance options are available in Baltimore, a sample quote has been created for a sample client who is a 30 year old, female, non-smoker who lives in zip code 21201. This client is in good health and utilizes the opportunities to be active in Baltimore, and they also do not want to spend very much when they commit to a health insurance plan.

Since the client does not expect to need many medical services throughout the year, and has no known conditions, takes no medications, he is looking for a plan that is simple and inexpensive with a low deductible. She is interested in a plan that is convenient and saves money, and doesn’t mind if she has a primary care doctor or not.

There are a variety of PPO options, which means she can choose her own doctors, and there are also a few savings account plans if she wants to save for potential medical needs in the future. Below are the plans with the greatest savings from the two companies we offer in Baltimore, Aetna and United Health One:

 

Sources:

1. CityTownInfo.com, “Baltimore, MD”. http://www.citytowninfo.com/places/maryland/baltimore