Part A- Hospitalization Coverage, which covers different hospital related services, emergency
care and skilled nursing facilities.
Part B- Medical Coverage, which covers services like doctors visits, lab work, imaging,
immunizations and certain medications when administered in a hospital setting.
Parts A & B are collectively known as “Original” Medicare.
Part C- Medicare Advantage, which is offered by private insurance companies to replace your
“Original” Medicare. They must at least provide the same coverage as Part A & B of Medicare
and can offer additional coverage like dental, vision and hearing. Most plans also include your
prescription drugs coverage as well. Our licensed agents represent a variety of these plans and
may be able to lower your costs. Call to speak with one of our agents to learn more
Part D- Prescription Drug Plans, these are plans that help pay for the costs of medications and
are only available from private insurance companies. It’s important to note that if you are eligible
for Medicare coverage, you must have creditable drug coverage as well. Call to speak with one
of our agents to find out if they can help you save money on your prescriptions