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How to enroll in the different parts of Medicare?

Medicare consists of several parts, with each one covering specific healthcare services. Here’s how to enroll in each of them.

  • Medicare Part A

    You’ll need to manually apply for Medicare Part A when, or shortly before, you turn 65 years old – unless you’ve been receiving social security or Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits.

  • Medicare Part B

    You’ll typically enroll in Medicare Part B together with Part A, but in some cases, you may choose to delay your Part B enrollment — for instance, if you’re currently getting group coverage through your employer.

  • Medicare Part C

    Also known as the Medicare Advantage plan, Part C is only offered by private insurance companies, and you must have Parts A and B to enroll.

  • Medicare Part D

    Part D is typically included in Medicare Advantage plans, but you're also able to purchase Part D separately through a Medicare Supplement Plan.

Am I Eligible For Medicare?

The requirements for Medicare eligibility are different based on your age - whether you're over or under 65 years old. Here's a breakdown.
  • I Am 65 Or Older

    In this case, you are fully eligible for Medicare if you’re a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident. If you’ve just turned 65, you should consider enrollment as soon as possible to prevent a lapse in coverage.

    I Am 65 Or Older
  • I Am Under 65

    To qualify for Medicare eligibility under the age of 65, you must meet one of the following criteria:

    You have been receiving Social Security Disability or Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits for 24 months prior to your desired date of enrollment.

    You have been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS); you have been diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) and have undergone dialysis or a kidney transplant.

    You have been diagnosed with a neurocognitive disorder, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease.

    I Am Under 65

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