If you have a job with health insurance, then you may not want to do anything to jeopardize your access to those benefits. What happens if you leave your job though? You may assume that you'll become uninsured if you do. That's not necessarily the case though. You may qualify for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) coverage.
COBRA is a type of temporary health insurance that's offered to individuals who've recently lost their jobs. Many part- and full-time workers who were previously covered by health insurance for one day or more qualify for COBRA upon termination from their role. It doesn't matter whether the individual left their role involuntarily or voluntarily in such instances.