New To Medicare

You may be new to Medicare, but we are not!

Transitioning to Medicare can feel overwhelming because it is so different from what anyone is used to.

We will walk you step by step through a custom Medicare education.

Our team will help you navigate your unique situation. It is best to reach out to our team a minimum of four months before you anticipate your coverages start date. Even if you're not sure if you should move your coverage to Medicare, we can help guide you through all the options. We can help walk you through the best way to transition your coverage and make sure you're not making a critical mistake as you make changes.

You will feel comfortable and confident in your coverage.

You will realistically be able to anticipate how much you will be spending when you go to visit your doctor. Call us today to get your personalized review.

What is Medicare Part A?

Medicare Part A will cover stays within a facility such as: inpatient hospitals, skilled nursing and portions of home health care. Part A is typically free of charge.

What is Medicare Part B?

Medicare Part B covers all of your outpatient medical. This can include preventative care, surgeries and lab work. Part B will help pay for services that are medically necessary to diagnose or treat a medical condition and preformed on an outpatient basis.

What is Medicare Part C?

Medicare Part C is also known as Medicare Advantage (MA) . Medicare Advantage replaces original Medicare with extra benefits. These plans are offered through private insurance companies and can include prescription drug coverage and other benefits.

What is Medicare Part D?

Medicare Part D is also commonly know as prescription drug coverage. Part D is available as a Part C or as a Stand Alone Option (PDP). Like Part C, these Part D plans are offered by private insurance companies.