Your primary care provider (PCP) can provide most of your care on campus. But sometimes you may need services that are not available at MIT Medical. Or you might need medical care when you’re traveling. What happens then?
When you need specialty services that are not available in through MIT Medical, your PCP will ask the MIT Health Plans Office to approve services outside of MIT Medical:
If you have a medical emergency while traveling, you’re fully covered anywhere in the world. Choice Plan members may also use their “out-of-network” option to access non-urgent care outside of the Cambridge/Lexington area. Learn more.