To qualify for Medicare, generally the rules are similar to Social Security rules. But you may become eligible for Medicare the first day of the month you turn age 65.
Enrolling in Medicare:
If you are receiving Social Security benefits in the month you attain age 65, you are automatically enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B.
If you are not yet receiving Social Security retirement benefits, you should enroll in Medicare three months prior to your 65th birthday.
Medicare consists of four parts:
1- Medicare: Hospital Insurance (Part A)
2- Medicare: Medical Insurance (Part B)
3- Medicare Advantage (Part C)
4- Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D)
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