Oakland


Oakland, CA is a unique mix of culture, commerce, history, and nature. It is a remarkably diverse and progressive area, with respect for its cultural richness and preservation. It is the primary city in the East Bay area of the San Francisco Bay region, and is notably one of the top US cities for environmentally conscious practices. Oakland contains the country’s only salt-water lake and estuary located in a city, Lake Merritt, was the country’s first official wildlife refuge.

Oakland is the seventh largest city in California, has a temperate climate, and is the most ethnically diverse city in the nation, with over 100 different languages and dialects spoken (as of 2007). It is home to a variety of attractions, including the Oakland Museum, Oakland Asian Cultural Center, and has more professional sports teams than any other city in California.
If you are a resident of Oakland, and are in search of health insurance, you have a variety of options at your disposal. Individual and family policies are available through great companies such as Aetna, HealthNet, Cigna, Humana, Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, and PCIP. To get a relevant quote for your age, family size, and price range, enter your zip code below:

 

 

For a better understanding of what health insurance options are available in Oakland, a sample quote has been created for a sample client who is a 30 year old, female non-smoker who lives in zip code 94601. This client is in good health and utilizes the opportunities to be active in Oakland, 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, she is looking for a plan that is simple and inexpensive. She has heard good things about HMO plans, that they are convenient and save money, but there are also PPO, POS, and HSA plans available.

 

Sources:

1. Oakland Convention and Visitors Bureau, “Facts and Figures”. http://visitoakland.org/media_about_oakland_facts.cfm