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We understand how complex and confusing Medicare can be. There are a wide variety of insurance options available for patients through Medicare, including Medicare Advantage, Supplements and Prescription Drug plans. Dozens of insurance companies offer Medicare coverage, and to further complicate matters, healthcare providers do not typically accept all Medicare plans.
In coordination with MedicareCompareUSA, we are pleased to offer the Medicare Insurance Helpline; a free and unbiased resource for comparing and enrolling in Medicare plans accepted by Sumner Regional Medical Center providers.
This helpline allows you to:
Accepted Medicare Advantage Plans:
|Amerivantage by Amerigroup||All Products|
|Cigma Healthspring||All Products|
|United Healthcare||Dual Eligible products only|
Learn the ABC's of Medicare including eligibility, the differences between kinds of plans available, and considerations for selecting the right plan. You can even access a “Medicare Made Simple” presentation. It’s valuable resource, particularly for anyone approaching Medicare eligibility or those with questions about how to find a plan that’s right for them. You can access this free information on the MedicareCompareUSA website by Clicking Here
If you are turning 65 years old, please complete our Medicare Questionnaire. This information helps us better serve you as you transition to Medicare.
The Medicare Insurance Helpline is serviced by MedicareCompareUSA, an independent insurance agency representing Medicare plans accepted by Sumner Regional Medical Center. MedicareCompareUSA affiliated agents are extensively trained to assist patients with Medicare plan comparisons and to help match plans to the specific needs, preferences and budget of the patient.
*MedicareCompareUSA is an independent insurance agency that is not affiliated with the federal Medicare program. All services provided at no cost; MedicareCompareUSA and its affiliated agents are paid directly by the Medicare plan chosen by the beneficiary.