Aetna Medicare Supplement

aetnaAetna Medicare Supplement plans and rates, also known as Medigap, work side by side with Medicare.  It is not duel coverage, rather it compliments Medicare by covering the deductibles, gaps, and other out of pocket expenses Medicare does not pay for.  If you wish to enroll in an Aetna Medicare Supplement policy, you must first have Medicare Part A and Part B.  Once you have these two parts, a Medigap policy is your next step.

Aetna offers Medicare Supplement plans; A, B, F, G and N in most states.  All have different coverage levels and pricing.  The most popular being Plans F, G and N.  Feel free to contact me anytime, and I’ll compare the different Medicare Supplement companies in your area to find the best monthly rate and the plan which best fits your unique needs.  Remember, monthly rates do vary depending on your zip code and your age.  So it will benefit you to compare companies, plans and rates on an annual basis.

Guaranteed Acceptance … With our Aetna Medicare Supplement plans, your acceptance is guaranteed if you apply for coverage before, or within six months of, enrolling in Medicare Part B.  If you have been enrolled in Medicare Part B for more than six months, we’ll have to review your health history to see if you’re eligible for the plan you selected.

Some companies ask fewer “Health Questions” on their application than others … call me so we can discuss your options: 916-682-1117.

Other Medicare Supplement Rates:  Anthem   Blue Shield   Health Net   Mutual of Omaha   UnitedHealthcare

30 Day Free Look Period .. You can simply cancel the policy and have your first months premium returned.

  • Aetna Medicare Advantage PPO & HMO plans.  Aetna is offering their Medicare Advantage plans in most of the Southern California Counties.  If you are looking for a PPO plan, Aetna is one of the few companies to choose from in 2018.

Call today … the enrollment process is easy.  I’ll walk you through it right over the phone.  If you would like me to send you the enrollment form, just let me know.

Travel Insurance – Medicare provides NO coverage outside the U.S.

John Conner

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