Need Medicare Insurance Assistance? Here's Help.
As you approach age 65 and Medicare eligibility, we are taking this opportunity to share some important information about Medicare with you so you can be aware and educated about your options at St. Luke's Hospital.
St. Luke's Hospital offers a variety of helpful and
Medicare insurance resources, made available by MedicareCompareUSA*. MedicareCompareUSA agents represent St. Luke's Hospital and its accepted Medicare plans (including Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplements and Medicare Prescription plans) and always makes sure patients receive unbiased information on those plans.
Medicare Plan Comparison Helpline
St. Luke's Hospital participates with several Medicare Advantage plans and we accept all forms of Medicare supplemental insurance. St. Luke's also bills most employer-sponsored Medicare plans as a courtesy to the patient. Before signing up for a Medicare Advantage plan, please be sure to verify with the insurance company that St. Luke's Hospital physicians are part of their provider network.
Call the Medicare Plan Comparison and Enrollment Center at 855-256-1498 to get started.
Medicare Patient Questionnaire
- Verify Medicare plans accepted by your healthcare providers
- Compare Medicare plans to meet your personal needs and preferences
- Identify a Medicare prescription plan that covers all your medications at the lowest cost
- Assistance throughout the Medicare plan enrollment process
We request that all patients approaching age 65 take a few moments to complete a Medicare Patient Questionnaire. The information you provide helps us prepare to better serve you as you transition to Medicare. The questionnaire also provides information regarding helpful resources St. Luke's Hospital provides for our Medicare patients and the community. Access the
and submit your responses online.
*MedicareCompareUSA is a Medicare-specialty insurance agency not affiliated with the federal Medicare program. Services of MedicareCompareUSA are offered at no cost; MedicareCompareUSA is compensated directly by whichever Medicare plan is chosen by the Medicare beneficiary.