The process can seem complex. Let me guide you through the Medicare maze.
Call me for a consultation
Understand your enrollment options
Are you going to continue working?
Learn how your current coverage works with Medicare
We'll meet for a consultation
Discuss options available
What about your Doctors?
What about your Prescriptions?
Apply for Medicare
Confirm receipt of your Medicare card
Enroll in plans determined to be most appropriate for you
Confirm that you have your healthcare cards
Get ready for your 65th birthday!
After 25+ years in Financial Services, she saw the special needs of Seniors when looking at the complex issues of Medicare, Medicaid, and estate planning. She is available to review and analyze, as well as answer questions about personal situations. Appointments can be face-to-face, face-time, or phone. There are no fees for her services.
What is Medicare?
Medicare is a government-run health care program primarily for Americans age 65 and older. Begun in 1965, it now covers well over 50 million people. Learn more about original Medicare, Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplement insurance and Prescription drug plans
Medicare Advantage Plans (Medicare Part C), Medicare Supplement Plans (also called Medigap) Prescription Drug Plans (Medicare Part D), Home Health Care, Long-term Care Insurance, as well as Hospital Indemnity, Cancer, Dental, Vision, & Hearing plans, Life Insurance, Final Expense policies.
“We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.”