Bismarck, ND

The second most populous city in North Dakota, Bismarck is the capital of the state. One of the 50 fastest growing Metro areas in the state, the Bismarck-Mandan population grew by 2,100 people in 2012. Ranked #3 by Forbes list of the Best Small Places For Businesses and Careers, Bismarck has a stable economy, a low unemployment rate, and a low cost of living. With many retail and health care companies present in the city, as well as several colleges, there are plenty of reasons to enjoy living in Bismarck.

Bismarck is home to various cultural attractions, including the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association, which formed the Gannon and Elsa Forde Art Galleries at Bismarck State College. The BAGA’s Elan Gallery features local, regional, and national artists and they host various events year-round.¬† The city also has a large park system with a broad network of trails for walking, running, cycling, and various other activities. Sertoma Park lines the Missouri River, extending for over 3 miles with several miles of biking trails, the Dakota Zoo, and the Super Slide Amusement Park. Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is also a main attraction, located in neighboring Mandan.

If you are a resident of Bismarck and would like to find a health plan that suits your needs, you have three main carriers to choose from. Between IHC Group and Medica, you have about 30 plans to choose from, and we can help you find the best set of benefits and most cost-effective coverage. To get a quote for yourself, enter your zip code below. Call a licensed agent for a more in-depth quote or if you have any questions at 888 803 5917.


To give you an idea of available and affordable health insurance plans in the Bismarck-Mandan Metro area, we created a sample quote for a 32-year-old female resident of Bismarck. This applicant is very healthy and active and enjoys a smoke-free lifestyle without any medical problems. Therefore, she does not require a health plan for any reason other than security, and realizing it is a necessity to have adequate, if not great, insurance coverage.

To sort through the plans and find one that fits well, it is best to evaluate your choices for copayments on office visits, percentage of coinsurance, and premiums. These costs will determine what is in your price range. You may also want to consider the networks sizes from each carrier, as in-network rates are always much less than non-network care. Knowing that our applicant wants a plan with as many benefits as possible for the lowest price, we have narrowed down a few choices. Below are our selections for the most cost saving and benefit-rich plans from each health insurance company in Bismarck.