Lawrence, KS


A small city rich with history and its own microcosm of culture, Lawrence has established itself as a hub for art, music, and tourism. The hipster trend influx over the past decade has led to a boost in the population and popularity of Lawrence. It existing residents have been hit with craft fairs, cutesy drawings (thanks in part to staffing at the Lawrence location of Hallmark Cards), and an abundance of local music, making it a prime destination for the young generation. The economy has surely been affected in a positive way as a result, including University of Kansas enrollment and local business. All jokes aside, the Lawrence economy has been dominated by media, the University, and Hallmark for many years. Lawrence is already home to various cultural elements, including several art and history museums, historic architecture, and parks throughout the city.

Named one of the “best lil’ college towns” by Rolling Stone magazine in 2005 for its art and music scene, and noted by New York Times as having “the most vital music scene between Chicago and Denver” in the same year. Local bars and music venues are plenty, and support the active musical inclination of the students and residents of Lawrence. The famous Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival is also located close by, bringing many large acts and visitors to the area for almost a decade. With access to city parks and greater recreation opportunities outside of downtown, Lawrence residents also have the ability to stay healthy and active.

If you are a resident of Lawrence, you can receive individual health coverage from several national carriers of note. Humana, United, and Coventry offer the best plans with the greatest networks, and Celtic and IHC Group also represent the area and have a few good PPO options. For a thorough comparison of all plans in your home city, enter your zip code below for a quote. You may also call us at 888 803 5917 if you have any quandaries or need help selecting a plan.

In order to provide a better concept of affordable health insurance plan choices in Lawrence, we ran a quote on a 27-year-old, non-smoking female resident of the city. By presenting you with our recommended combination of deductible and benefits, the lowest premiums have been selected from each company for this example. To some, $2500 per year may seem high, but if you consider the amount of coverage options you have access to and the cost of service, you will likely think again.

Our sample client is in good health and active in the Lawrence outdoors, therefore not anticipating the need for many medical services. Simply, she is searching for a plan that will cover emergencies, necessities, and offer protection – for a decent price. The following are the results of a quote for this Lawrence resident, and which plans we would be most apt to suggest based on her request of getting the most benefits for the best rate. Coventry in the Midwest is always a great choice, with many options for saving money and a large network, though several other plans offer sufficient PPO coverage as well, it’s up to you, the applicant!