The main activities at the Discovery Cove include swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, and watching the marine wildlife.
The visitors can also enjoy other programs, such as the Explorer's Aviary and the Wind-away River.
Built as a movie palace in 1926, the Tampa Theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and continues to play its Wurlitzer organ before shows.
Most of the movies played are either old or new classics with some independent films presented every month.
Your protections will vary somewhat, depending on whether your plan is a fully insured group health plan or a self-insured group health plan.
The plan’s benefits information must indicate whether the plan is self-insured. Health status means your medical condition or history, genetic information or disability. Employers may refuse or restrict coverage for other reasons (such as part time employment), as long as these are unrelated to health status and applied consistently.
Hosting over 23 million visitors since 1929, Bok Tower Gardens offers unparalleled art, landscape, and architecture.
Certain changes can trigger a special enrollment opportunity • The birth, adoption, or placement for adoption of a child • Marriage • Loss of other coverage (for example, that you or your dependents had through yourself or another family member and lost because of death, divorce, legal separation, termination, retirement, or reduction in hours worked) • Under Florida law, newborns, newly adopted children and children placed for adoption are automatically covered under the parents’ fully insured health plan for the first 31 days if the plan covers dependents.
Numerous state and federal laws make it easier for people with pre-existing conditions to get or keep health insurance, or to change from one health plan to another.
A few federal laws, known as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) set national standards for all health plans.
Your new health plan may not cover all of the benefits or the same doctors that your old plan did.
• This chapter describes the protections that you have in group health plans, such as those offered by employers or labor unions.
In addition, states can pass different reforms for the health plans they regulate (fully insured group health plans and individual health plans), so your protections may vary if you leave Florida.