Enrolling in Medicare

We are committed to being your shoulder to lean on and providing honest advice for your loved one’s situation during this delicate time.

If you are currently receiving Social Security benefits you will be automatically enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B.

If you are not receiving Social Security benefits you need to request your Medicare by either going to your local Social Security office to enroll or you can apply online at ssa.gov.

Knowledge center

Inpatient Hospital
Stay

Skilled Nursing Facility Confinement
(Rehab)

Hospice and some Home
Health Care

Doctor Visits

Preventive Care

Diagnostic And
Laboratory Tests

Hospital Outpatient Services

Chemotherapy And
Radiation Treatments

Kidney Dialysis

Physical, Speech And
Occupational Therapy

Durable Medical Equipment

Emergency Ambulance
Services

Medicare only covers 80%
of Part B medical expenses.

Who Pays First If You're 65 or Older

COVERAGE PAYS FIRST PAYS SECOND
Work for company with 20 or more employees Employer Plan Medicare
Work for company with fewer than 20 employees Medicare Employer Plan
Employer's group plan after you retire Medicare Retiree benefits
COBRA after leaving work as an employee Medicare COBRA