Congratulations! You are a college-bound student (or the parent of one). During your preparation for this significant transition, you have likely focused on dorm essentials, finances, orientation, and move-in day. These are all important aspects of going to college, but most don’t consider a critical fact– you will be managing your health and healthcare independently for the first time in your life.

Are you comfortable communicating with doctors? Do you know when and how to seek emergency medical care? If you get sick in the middle of the night, do you know what to do? If you’re the parent of a college-bound student, do you understand your health insurance benefits and whether the medical services your child receives out-of-state will be covered by your insurance policy?

This Amazon best-selling book will serve as your guide as you begin to navigate your healthcare journey. The easy-to-read chapters are filled with helpful tips as well as common pitfalls to avoid. The book is available in two formats: Ebook (which does not require a Kindle device) and paperback. I wrote this book as I prepared my own daughter for the transition to college and my desire is to help other college students and their parents become more informed and empowered healthcare consumers.

Those who purchase the book have exclusive access to The Healthcare Navigator Summary, a comprehensive downloadable resource for documenting the student’s personal and family medical history to ensure that he/she can accurately communicate this crucial information to medical professionals.

Click HERE to purchase your copy of Healthcare Navigation 101: A Guide for College-Bound Students (and Parents!) TODAY on Amazon.


Good Morning Washington (ABC7) 7-15-19