How can I get Medicare if I don’t qualify for FREE Part A Medicare?
Aged Uninsured Individual
Those persons age 65 or over who are not insured but elect to purchase Part A coverage by filing an application at a social security office. Because a monthly premium is required, this is called “Premium-Part A“.
Watch out for penalties if you don’t enroll when you are supposed to.
Premium-Part A ends if one of the following occurs:
- A voluntary request;
- Nonpayment of Part A premiums;
- End of entitlement to Medicare part B; or
ONLINE Enrollment Instructions & Links
Links & Resources
Medicare & You 150 pages Excellent Introduction
What about qualifying on my spouses work history?
Medicare Part A Hospital & B Doctor Visits Eligibility & Premium Calculator
- 5 years legal residency to buy Medicare
- Can’t enroll in Medicare Part A or B? Get the Bridge Plan
- LAUSD Medicare Qualification
- 65+ eligible for Obamacare? Subsidies? – APTC? Web Visitor Question
- Can one qualify for Medicare based on a spouses entitlement?
- Cost & How to Buy Medicare if you don’t have the credits