Medicare Insurance Resources
We understand how complex and confusing Medicare can be. There are many different types of Medicare insurance available all competing for your business – including Medicare Advantage, Supplement and Prescription Drug plans. But while many companies offer Medicare coverage, what most patients don’t realize is that healthcare providers do not typically accept all Medicare plans.
Carroll County Memorial Hospital offers patients a variety of FREE Medicare resources in partnership with MedicareCompareUSA. Our mission is to help patients in the search for Medicare insurance that meets their personal needs and preferences while enabling continued access to trusted healthcare providers. We encourage patients to take full advantage of these free resources.
Free helpline for patients to compare and enroll in accepted Medicare plans:
Carroll County Memorial Hospital
Medicare Plan Comparison and Enrollment Helpline
Serviced by MedicareCompareUSA*
About Our Partner: MedicareCompareUSA
MedicareCompareUSA is an independent insurance agency and call center that works closely with health systems and their Medicare patients. Their agents are licensed and extensively trained to help simplify your process of choosing a Medicare plan. MedicareCompareUSA also provides a lot of useful Medicare information on their website to help our patients.
Click Here to visit MedicareCompareUSA and for information on:
- Becoming Medicare Eligible
- Important Medicare Dates and Timeline
- Understanding Differences: Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement
- Choosing the Right Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
- Medicare Frequently Asked Questions
MedicareCompareUSA is an independent insurance agency and call center not affiliated with the federal Medicare program. Carroll County Memorial Hospital receives no financial benefit when patients use the service. MedicareCompareUSA is a resource provided at no cost and with no obligation, and Medicare beneficiaries are free to contact each Medicare plan directly, work with any licensed Medicare insurance agent, or access Medicare plan information by calling 1-800-MEDICARE or online at www.medicare.gov.