In Virginia, there are over 1.5 million people who are enrolled in Medicare.* Aetna Medicare has you covered.
*Kaiser Family Foundation https://www.kff.org/medicare/state-indicator/total-medicare-beneficiaries/
To learn more about the available Medicare benefits in your area, call to talk to a licensed agent about Aetna Medicare.
You would never confuse a Hokie with a Wahoo. So don’t confuse your Medicare plan options. Learn about each plan and choose the one that best suits your needs.
Virginians who are 65 or older and a legal US resident may be eligible for Medicare. If you’re a Virginia resident under 65 with certain health conditions, you may be eligible too. Those seeking more benefits than what Original Medicare (Parts A and B) has to offer can seek out Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C.
Medicare’s varied options have different levels of eligibility. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your eligibility for Medicare plans, including Aetna Medicare Advantage, make the call. A friendly, licensed agent can help.
There are three primary Medicare enrollment periods:
If you’re turning 65 soon and enrolling in Medicare for the first time, you have the month of your 65th birthday and a three-month grace period before and after your birthday known as the Initial Enrollment Period.
Already have Original Medicare and want to upgrade your coverage by switching to a Medicare Advantage plan? Make the switch during the Annual Enrollment Period which starts October 15th and ends December 7th every year.
Under some circumstances, you may be able to enroll in a Medicare plan during a Special Enrollment Period. For example, you may be able to enroll in coverage or switch plans if you’ve recently moved to an area where your current plan is not covered. Talk to one of our licensed agents today to see if your special circumstance applies.
The Office for Aging Services of the Division for Community Living
The Office for Aging Services of the Division for Community Living answers questions like “what is Medicare?” and “what are the different parts of Medicare?”
If you’re seeking financial assistance, apply at CommonHelp to help with Medicare expenses like premiums and deductibles.
Virginia Department of Social Services
The Virginia Department of Social Services gives you access to Medicaid for Medicare beneficiaries if your income is under a certain threshold. Find out if you qualify.
Ready to enroll in a Medicare plan? Tap or click below to get started. If you need help during the enrollment process, contact a friendly licensed agent at 1-855-200-9401. (TTY: 711, available 24/7)