Information for Johns Hopkins Trainees
Trainees are graduate-level degree candidates in other institutions, or medical students participating in a year of research, appointed for a specific time period not exceeding two years. In certain cases, Trainees can be appointed for one additional year. Trainee appointments generally develop specific areas of expertise not available at their home institution. Trainees are not issued certificates and cannot enroll in JHU courses without formal application and payment of tuition.
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The Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) provides a general description of the benefits provided by the School of Medicine Student Health Program. SBCs are required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The federal government developed the SBC form primarily to help those eligible for insurance compare the costs and benefits for different plans.
- EHP Gender-Affirming Care Benefits
- Medical Benefits at a Glance
- SHP Summary Plan Description
- SHP Summary of Material Modifications October 1, 2019
Email questions about your benefit status to [email protected].