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Image 1.jpg is a platform for all Texas residents on Medicare or on Medicare and Medicaid. You can call 956-458-2118 to find a Medicare plan in your area and to see if you qualify to enroll into a Medicare health plan. Plans offered are (MA) Medicare Advantage, (MAPD) Medicare Advantage with a Drug Plan, (PDP) Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Supplements. is administered by Health Plan Enrollment Center in McAllen TX.


If your turning 65 and receiving your new Medicare card soon, call us and we can guide you through the process of finding a plan that will fit your needs.


        Q & A

1. Who is eligible for Medicare?

Medicare is available for people age 65 or older, younger people with disabilities and people with End Stage Renal Disease

2. How do I call Medicare?

Call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users can call 1-877-486-2048.

3. What are the 4 types of Medicare?

  • Part A provides inpatient/hospital coverage.

  • Part B provides outpatient/medical coverage.

  • Part C offers an alternate way to receive your Medicare benefits (see below for more information).

  • Part D provides prescription drug coverage.


4. What Does Medicare pay for?

Medicare Part A and Part B, also known as Original Medicare or Traditional Medicare, cover a large portion of your medical expenses after you turn age 65. Part A (hospital insurance) helps pay for inpatient hospital stays, stays in skilled nursing facilities, surgery, hospice care and even some home health care.

SHOP for 2023 Medicare Plans
Medicare's Annual Election Period (AEP) runs from October 15 through December 7  or call to see if you are eligible to enroll now
Disclaimer: Insurance agents are compensated by the insurance carrier not you upon your enrollment into a plan. Agents are contracted with insurance carriers only, not with CMS, Medicare, Medicaid or the federal Government.
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