Do you need health insurance? Act NOW! Open enrollment for health insurance is available now until December 15th.

Get Covered During Open Enrollment
Attention all NOMC Patients, Supporters and Friends,
You can sign up for health insurance now through December 15th!November 1st marked the beginning of Open Enrollment. Like in 2018, you will notice a shorter enrollment period than years past. The time to act is now!
Think you can’t afford health insurance? Think again! In Louisiana, approximately 90% of residents qualify for financial assistance to help pay for costs associated with their insurance plan. Some may qualify for free or low-cost coverage through Medicaid. Enroll today!

How To Enroll


BY PHONE: 1-800-318-2596

IN PERSON: Call 504-658-2053 to find an application center near you


Marketplace plans cover a comprehensive set of benefits, including physician visits, preventive care, hospital stays, and prescriptions. Discrimination based on gender or preexisting conditions is no longer allowed, making it easier to get covered.
Need assistance? See New Orleans area resources below, talk to us at the Musicians’ Clinic or stay tuned for more information about upcoming enrollment opportunities at NOMC events and community partner events!

There will be insurance enrollment assisters on site at all Tuesday Taco Suppers in November. Join us from 5pm-7pm every Tuesday at Buffa’s! Please bring your ID, income information and any previous plan information.

Key Enrollment Dates
  • The 2019 Open Enrollment Period runs from Thursday, November 1 – Saturday, December 15, 2018.
  • If you don’t act by December 15, 2018, you can’t get 2019 coverage unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
  • Plans sold during open enrollment start January 1, 2019.


For information or inquiries please contact:

NOTE: Be aware of possible scams or false information. You may have seen “Trumpcare” referenced in an opinion article or editorial, but it’s not a term that’s been widely embraced. There is no formal law associated with “Trumpcare,” however, it generally applies to the Trump administration’s moves to dismantle the ACA.