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The US Marine Corps offers family healthcare and life insurance.
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Highly depends on where you are seen, but can be phenomenal
Excellent coverage comparatively speaking of civilian coverage. There is no cost to the service member and if services are not offered on base then the member is referred to an off-base doctor for no additional fees.
If you are Active Duty you receive free healthcare, but the norm is for Corpsmen to supply you with ibuprofen to relieve any pain.
one of the best programs you can get into and the best part of enlisting
It's free and doesn't cost anything for you or your family but its not expedient and sometimes not very good, especially for the actual service member. Takes forever to get things moving
There isn't anything that they don't cover; my wife's cost of delivering our child has been a grand total of $25.
Mostly inclusive of all HealthNet, TRICARE, and VA providers for emergency, routine, specialty, and mental healthcare.
Best is that it is cheap and is accepted in just about any city in the United States. Must check to ensure individual care providers accept said coverage.
Always taken care of...just not always by the most competent.
Pretty much everything is fully covered for your medical bills. Had 2 kids, knee surgery, back problems, ear trouble, general illness, didn't have to pay anything out of pocket.