What is Medicare and do I qualify?

Medicare is the federal health insurance program that is offered to seniors when they reach the age of 65. There are a number of factors that can determine Medicare eligibility. Sound complicated? It can be! Medicare can be tough to figure out and we want to make this process for you as smooth as possible. The simple solution, pick up the phone and call Mark at 314-259-1811. He can help you with any questions about your qualifications or the Medicare process. You can also email him anytime at mark@medicaremasters.com, he is here to help.

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Medicare Masters can help you with the Medicare Process.

Medicare Masters is known for Making Medicare Choices Easy. We are St. Louis’ Medicare experts and our consultations are free! If you are viewing this website then you’re probably around the age of 65 and wondering about Medicare and what you need to do. You have chosen the right place to find the best answers to all of your questions and needs. Unlike the government or insurance companies, we are specifically focused on your Medicare choices.

Generally, To be eligible for Medicare you must:

  • Be 65 years or older
  • A U.S. Citizen
  • Resided in the United States for at least 5 years
  • You or your spouse have worked at least 10 years in Medicare-covered employment
  • Have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
  • Have Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Received Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) payments for 24 months

If you have a question about Medicare, then we have the answer for you. We are St. Louis Medicare experts Making Medicare Choices Easy.

So, why should I choose Medicare Masters to help me?

When choosing a Medicare plan, you need experts who know all about Medicare, and can offer the best consultations to help make this important decision in your life. We have been doing this for over 10 years and have become St. Louis Medicare experts, so there is no one else who can help you make this decision like we can.

Since 2006, Medicare Masters has specialized in helping people with Medicare. We can help YOU, our consultations are FREE and we make the process easy.

We don’t work for one company, so we don’t push one line or type of Medicare Plan. Instead, we help you determine the proper coverage, monthly premium, prescription drug benefits and a whole lot more. You pay nothing additional for our expertise and guidance. Whether it’s Medicare Part A, Part B, Part C or Part D, we know the ins and outs and which is right for you.

  • Our no pressure consultations are free
  • Save time: or spend hours on your own
  • Save money: We represent the top tier plans
  • End your frustration: We answer your Medicare questions
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What Medicare Masters can do to help you!

  • Your first consultation is free, as well as any follow up.
  • Medicare Masters can answer any question that you have about Medicare.
  • We will help you figure out when you qualify for Parts A & B
  • We will help you decide which Medicare Plan will be right for you.
  • Any questions about Medicare Supplements, Medicare Rx Plans, and Medicare Advantage Plans? We have the answers for all of them.
  • You can read endless advertisements you receive in the mail, or with one appointment we can we can help you decide which plan will be right for you.
  • Medicare Masters – Making Medicare Choices Easy

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