[WA] Just graduated college and got a job without insurance benefits. Now I make too much for state insurance…

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I just graduated in June. Trying to find a job during this pandemic was a pain in itself. Now I make more than $1,200 a month and don’t qualify for free state insurance. I was on Coordinated Care/Apple Health for WA. I believe it was Medicaid, I’m not really sure? I barely go to the doctor but of course as soon as I get this job, I begin having minor issues I should probably see a doctor (better to be safe than sorry… unless of course you get charged $100,000 just to be seen).

Are there any options that don’t 1) charge $300+ a month and 2) don’t make you pay a ton per visit for basic blood tests, checkups, etc. I’m a relatively healthy guy but I don’t want to get screwed while I’m working for this place, deeming me uninsured. This situation is stressing me out a bit.

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I just graduated in June. Trying to find a job during this pandemic was a pain in itself. Now I make more than $1,200 a month and don’t qualify for free state insurance. I was on Coordinated Care/Apple Health for WA. I believe it was Medicaid, I’m not really sure? I barely go to the doctor but of course as soon as I get this job, I begin having minor issues I should probably see a doctor (better to be safe than sorry… unless of course you get charged $100,000 just to be seen). Are there any options that don’t 1) charge $300+ a month and 2) don’t make you pay a ton per visit for basic blood tests, checkups, etc. I’m a relatively healthy guy but I don’t want to get screwed while I’m working for this place, deeming me uninsured. This situation is stressing me out a bit.
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