Generally speaking, you will be considered eligible for Medicare if you or your spouse has worked for a minimum of ten years in Medicare-covered employment and you are 65 years old and either a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.

Here’s the thing: there’s a lot more to understanding Medicare supplement insurance than the fact above. In fact, you might have a working knowledge of MedSupp and MediGap plans in a general sense, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you know how to select the right plan for your specific coverage needs.

Navigating the terrain of difficult jargon and minute discrepancies between plans isn’t always straightforward, but the good news is you aren’t alone. Mile High Medicare has years of experience helping folks looking to make the best coverage decision possible. So if you are a resident of Grand Junction, CO, and found this page by searching something to the effect of “Grand Junction MediGap,” or “Medicare Grand Junction,” we are happy to tell you that your search has ended.

Who We Are

We exist because we realized there was a serious lacking of understandable resources for people looking to make the right coverage choices. Our owner and founder, Steve Hansen, established Mile High Medicare with the premise that Medicare is often way more complicated than it needs to be. We adhere to the K.I.S.S. principle — Keep It Simple for Seniors.

When you call Mile High Medicare, you get access to an experienced and caring consultant in Steve Hansen. We will help you make sure you are confident about your coverage choice and that you have all your bases covered.

Grand Junction Medicare Supplement Insurance – Where To Start

The best piece of advice we could offer residents of Grand Junction, or really, anywhere in Colorado, is to contact us at Mile High Medicare for your free consultation to take advantage of our knowledge and experience. But whether you end up choosing to go that route or not, below you’ll find a few pointers to help get your gears turning about how to best make your MediGap selection.

  • Cost – How much will you pay for your deductible, premiums, and doctor/hospital visits?
  • Coverage – What are the essential services that you simply must have? Consider making a priority list in terms of services required.
  • Prescription Drugs – Do you need a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan? If you do, do you know if your medication will be covered under your preferred plan’s formulary?
  • Doctor And Hospital Choice – Do your current doctors and hospital accept the MediGap plan you have in mind?

Reach out to us today to get started. We’d love to hear from you and help you make the best decision possible for your medical and financial goals.