Clients recently wrote me a note expressing thanks for my work as their “advocate” when I helped them with a matter that required attention with their Medicare insurance plan.
This assistance, or advocacy, is what I offer you when I enroll you in your plan. Even in the best of circumstances, things happen. When they do, I am available to assist until the matter is resolved to your satisfaction. This is my pledge to you.
Are you nearing 65, under 65, but qualify for Medicare's benefits, or almost 65 but still on the job and covered by your employer's insurance? You have many options, and many important decisions to make to ensure a smooth transition into Medicare.
It's a time to know ALL your options, how you'll access care in this new world, and what the cost of care and prescription drugs will look like.
I want to be your guide to accompany you through this new and exciting time in your life. I understand how Medicare and Medicare plans work in all these scenarios.
It's never to early to investigate what's available to you! Book a no obligation, no cost consultation with me to learn what benefits you are entitled to and how Medicare works. There's never a fee, no obligation, no pressure ever, when you meet with me.
Call me now at 520-484-3807 to book your appointment and learn about what Medicare has in store for you!
Still on the lookout for your new Medicare card?Remember: YOUR NEW MEDICARE CARD WITH A NEW MEDICARE NUMBER WILL BE MAILED TO YOU--NO ACTION IS NEEDED ON YOUR PART!
Beginning April 1, 2018 Medicare began to mail new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare. It's for your protection, and you'll have a new Medicare number that is unique to you. It will not have your Social Security number listed, but it will be a random mix of letters and numbers. You do not need to do anything to receive this new card: it will automatically be mailed to you. It's free and no charges of any kind are attached to your receiving your new card
If you haven't received your card, here's helpful information from medicare.gov:
If you did not receive your new Medicare card, there may be something that needs to be corrected, like your mailing address.
Be sure your mailing address is up to date by calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213 or visit Social Security.gov and access the section "my Social Security account" to review or update your address.
Leah's No Scam Zone: Medicare will not call you uninvited, will not ask you to provide personal or private information, or request any money, ever, in order for you to receive your new Medicare Number and card.
If someone calls you saying that they can provide you with your card earlier for a fee, or requests private information, or threatens to cancel your health benefits if you do not provide this information, hang up and call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227.)
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As a seasoned professional, I know what concerns you have about navigating the Medicare maze, and how important it is to work with someone who is experienced and listens. Receiving answers and assistance from someone who cares is key to your peace of mind, and that's what I offer you
Take a few minutes to explore my site, and learn about the types of coverage I provide and the educational resources I offer. Remember, I am here to help. Contact me to discuss how I can help meet your unique needs.
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