Obtain Medigap Insurance

Medicare Supplement Insurance fills in the gaps of your Original Medicare plan. Also called a “Medigap” policy, the plan helps pay for your out-of-pocket costs for Medicare Parts A and B. Choose from over 10 standard Medigap policies, labeled “A” through “N.”


What Does a Medigap Policy Help With?

Unlike parts A (hospital insurance) and B (medical insurance) of the Medicare policy, Medigap isn’t a government benefit. They are insurance policies sold by private companies that reduce medical expenses for Parts A and B. You have the option whether you want to secure this type of coverage or not.

In general, Medicare supplement policies help with cost-sharing, such as co-payments, co-insurance, and deductibles.

Medigap, however, does not cover long-term care such as routine vision, dental or hearing care, hearing aids, nursing home care, eyeglasses, or private-duty nursing.


What Do I Need to Buy Medigap?

Medicare Parts A and B are required in order to obtain Medigap Insurance.

This is done through a private insurance company that you will pay your monthly Medigap premium through. It's in addition to your Part B premium. Call our agent to find out more information on Medigap and how to pay your premium. 

Since a Medigap policy only cover one person, your spouse will need to purchase a separate policy - we can help with that as well. 

For more information about Medigap plans, get in touch with us today.


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When you need guidance in signing up for Medicare in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Surrounding states, get in touch with us. We’ll help you plan your future and provide a solid foundation for understanding the basics of Medicare.

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