As a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee's Health Subcommittee, Castor was instrumental in ensuring that health care reform worked for Florida families, businesses, and university medical and nursing colleges. She helped to draft the landmark Affordable Care Act that passed in 2010, and she has worked tirelessly against weakening new patient protections, especially for neighbors with pre-existing conditions, and educating neighbors about health insurance enrollment in the new marketplace exchange.
Castor works hard to bolster and support our health care institutions — University of South Florida, Haley VA Hospital, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Tampa General Hospital and BayCare.
Castor co-chairs the Academic Medicine Caucus and Children’s Health Care Caucus.
Here are some additional resources you may find helpful:
The official site of the Health Insurance Marketplace. If you live in Florida, this is the site to apply for coverage, compare plans and enroll.
Cuidado de Salud
Sitio de web en Español para el mercado de seguros médicos
University of South Florida Health Insurance Navigator Program
Assistance through USF if you have questions or are ready to sign up for quality, affordable health insurance coverage in the federal Marketplace.
Congressional Children's Health Care Caucus
With the assistance of the National Association of Children’s Hospitals, Rep. Kathy Castor and Rep. Dave Reichert of Washington founded the bipartisan caucus dedicated to building support for ideas that improve the quality of care for children and their access to the quality care.