San Diego Medicare Supplement plans and rates for Medicare members living in the San Diego area. Residents have a wide range of choices with Medicare Supplement plans, rates and companies which provide Medicare options. Is a Medicare Supplement right for your situation? Or maybe a Medicare Advantage HMO fits your needs and budget.
If you would like to compare Medicare Supplement rates in San Diego County be sure to include; Blue Shield, Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna and Mutual of Omaha. They are currently some of the more competitive companies in California.
Not only does San Diego county offer some of California’s lowest Medicare Supplement rates, San Diego also has some of the finest Hospitals and medical facilities in the country.
- Sharp Hospitals in; Coronado, San Diego and Chula Vista.
- Scripps Hospitals: La Jolla, San Diego and Encinitas.
- Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa
- Fallbrook Hospital; Fallbrook.
- Palomar Hospital in Escondido.
- Tri-City Medical Group in Oceanside.
- Parodise Valley Hospital in National City.
- University of San Diego Medical Center in San Diego.
- Alvarado Hospital in San Diego.
- Pomerado Hospital in Poway.
San Diego offers a great lifestyle; beautiful beaches, weather, entertainment along with quality and great access to care and Medicare Supplement rates which provide more Medicare plan options to you! This is a great combination for any Medicare member living in the San Diego area.
If a Medicare Advantage plan is more to your liking. San Diego County in 2017 offers 22 Medicare Advantage plan, all are HMO’s except for 1 PPO plan from Aetna.
The Medicare PPO plan offers greater flexibility when visiting doctors, and remember with HMO style of plans, you must choose a Primary Care Physician (PCP) when you enroll. This PCP is the doctor who controls your care, or is your “Gatekeeper” when deciding on the type of care you will be receiving and what specialists you can see. HMO’s will be much more restrictive then a Medicare Supplement or a Medicare Advantage PPO. Medicare Advantage Plan info.
The greatest access to doctors and hospitals will be with a Medicare Supplement plan. There are no networks to navigate, or needed referrals for specialist visits. With a Medicare Supplement you can see any doctor or hospital in the U.S. who accepts Medicare. It’s that easy. If the doctor accepts medicare, make the appointment and go. No more worrying about your HMO or health plan not allowing you to see a particular doctor or specialist. Even if the doctor is in another State, if they accept Medicare you can see them. It’s a great system, so take advantage of it.
Travel Insurance – Medicare does not provide coverage outside the U.S.
If you have any questions regarding the different plans or which may work better for your situation and budget, feel free to contact me anytime. I will be happy to answer all of your questions.