Free Medicare Assistance in Missouri City, TX
Senior Health Services in Missouri City, TX is an independent brokerage consisting of over 100 independent agents with one common goal: Helping Missouri City Texas residents with Medicare.
We make it easy to get help with common Medicare questions, provide recommendations, and enroll in the right plan for you! Senior Health Services maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and has thousands of satisfied clients. Best of all, our services are always free!
Why Senior Health Services? A Simple Process!
We always begin by listening to you! Since everyone is a bit different, we want to understand what you need!
We locate the plans in your area that are accepted by your doctor and hospital facilities. We make sure the plans offer benefits that best fit your needs. We work for you….not the insurance carriers! We help you through the entire process. You are never alone. We will help you with every step.
What Are The Parts of Medicare?
Medicare Supplement Plan G has been gaining in popular in recent years. It functions exactly like Plan F, except for the Part B deductible. You agree to pay the Part B deductible each year, and after that, it pays everything else. The Part B deductible is $198 per year as of 2020. Quite often we can find Medicare Supplement Plan G premiums that save you more than $198/year. This means that you come out ahead in the long run. Click here to learn more about Medigap Plan G.
Part A – Helps pay for hospital stays, inpatient care, hospice, and skilled nursing.
Part B – Helps pay for doctor visits, testing and outpatient care
Parts A& B are commonly known as “Original Medicare”
Part C – Combines Part A and B of Medicare into one plan and is offered by private companies. These plans usually include prescription drug coverage.
Part D – Helps pay for prescription drugs. Can be accessed as a “stand alone” plan with Original Medicare (A&B) or as part of a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C).
Medicare Help Missouri City, TX – How Do I Enroll?
If you are receiving Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board benefits, enrollment in Medicare is automatic when you become eligible. You will get your card in the mail.
If, however, you are not receiving benefits, you will have to enroll yourself when you become eligible. You can enroll online, call or visit the local Social Security office.
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