Medicare Supplement &

Part D Plans

What is Medicare Supplement Insurance?

With a Medicare Supplement, You Can Use Any Doctor or Hospital That Accepts Medicare

Original Medicare pays for most of, but not all, the cost of covered health care services and supplies. A Medicare Supplement Insurance or Medigap policy can help pay some of the remaining health care costs, like deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance.

Did You Know...

  • You can enroll in a Medicare Supplement Plan if you already have original Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) Medicare.
  • Medicare Open Enrollment lasts six months, starting the month you turn 65. You can not be denied a policy based on your current or past health conditions during this time.
  • A Medicare Supplement policy can also help pay for additional out-of-pocket costs like hospitalization, doctor’s services, home health care, lab costs, and medical equipment.

What is Medicare Part D?

Prescription Drugs, Dental, And Vision Coverage

Medicare Supplement plans do not include prescription drug, dental or vision coverage, but you can purchase a Part D plan as an additional premium to help cover those costs.

We will sit down together and review your plan annually during the Annual Enrollment Period.

Not Sure Where To Start?

Do you have questions about Health, Life, or Small Group Insurance? 

It's time for you to be heard and understood. For peace of mind, contact Krieg Insurance to have your questions answered and your concerns addressed by someone local and always available to help you every step of the way.

Don't delay!