Santa Fe, New Mexico is the second oldest city in the nation, and is primarily a large tourist destination due to its historical Pueblo Indian cultural influence and heavy concentration of art museums and attractions. The city is settled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and is also close to the Rockies, giving residents the view of a beautiful desert landscape in addition to many outdoor activities including hiking and biking, with many well-maintained trails throughout the region. Due to the desert climate, Santa Fe offers its residents warm, dry air and plenty of sun to keep energized.
Those who live in Santa Fe are many times involved in the arts, as the city serves as a large artist community. Studios, galleries, and workshops are constantly displaying work on art walks, providing classes, and thriving with active working professional and hobby-level artists of various mediums. Public art works are displayed throughout the town such as sculptures, murals, and graffiti, as well as the area’s signature Pueblo architecture. Museum Hill houses many of Santa Fe’s famous museums, including the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, New Mexico Museum of Art, and Georgia O’Keefe Museum.
Santa Fe residents have a small handful of options for individual health insurance carriers in the region. National carriers include Celtic, and regional carriers Presbyterian and Lovelace also serve the New Mexico private market. If you live in Santa Fe and want to find the best health plan for your lifestyle and budget, enter your zip code below to get a quote. For additional assistance or questions about the plans offered near you, call an agent at 888 803 5917.
For a better understanding of what health insurance options are available in your flat-roofed Southwestern town, a sample quote has been created for a client who is a 31 year old, male non-smoker who lives in downtown Santa Fe. This client is in good health and utilizes the opportunities to be active in the area, and they also do not want to spend very much when they decide upon 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. While low cost is an important component, this individual also wants as many different types of care covered as possible in case they take a spill while rock climbing or get a third degree burn from the pottery kiln.
The following plans were the least expensive from month to month in addition to the annual deductible, and contain the most benefits from each company offered in Santa Fe. Some plans offer the ability to open a health savings account, which is great for taking responsibility of your health care funds. Others are PPOs that will give various levels of coverage with any provider you choose near you, in-network or not.