Medicare Supplemental Insurance

Our agents are masters of Medicare and will help you get the Medicare Supplemental coverage you need. From zero premium plans to Part A, B, C or D plans, we’ll help make sense of the options and explain your choices clearly and completely.

You have questions, we have answers!

Start with the information on this page and when you’re ready, call us at (541) 343-1999 or submit the form to the right and we’ll be right in touch.

The ideal candidate for a Medicare Supplemental plan is someone who needs or wants any of the following:

  • Needs more benefits beyond what Original Medicare provides
  • Wants more predictable costs than those offered by Original Medicare alone
  • Wants both medical and prescription drug coverage

Our Medicare consultations are always 100% FREE! We help you weigh your options and make the best choice for you, and we don’t charge for our services since our fee is paid by the insurance carrier you select. So there is literally zero cost for you to take advantage of our knowledgeable staff to help you make sense of Medicare.

Being dual plan eligible means that you meet the requirements for eligibility for both Medicare as well as Medicaid. We have helped hundreds of individuals determine their eligibility status and apply for the coverage that best meets their needs. Just give us a call!

Starting in 2013, Oregon residents are allowed to change Medicare Supplemental insurers once per year, around the month of their birthday — regardless of your health status, good or poor. We have detailed information that helps explain “The Birthday Rule” and how it can be used to your advantage. Just give us a call or submit the form to the right.

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We’ll explain your options for insurance
coverage right away. 

Call us at (541) 343-1999



We are experts on the Medicare options available to you. And remember: our services are always 100% free!.



We’ve helped thousands of people navigate the confusing world of Medicare coverage options.



You may count on us to make objective recommendations that will always be in your best interest.

Want To Learn More About Your Medicare Coverage Options?

There are two main ways to increase your Medicare coverage.


Add Medicare Supplemental & Part D Drug Plan


You must be eligible for Part A and enrolled in Part B to add a Medicare Supplemental plan.


Enroll in Medicare Advantage plan.


Includes both Part A (Hospital) and Part B (Medical) insurance plans.


Just complete the form below and we’ll give you a call, or call us at (541) 343-1999

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We’ll explain your options for insurance
coverage right away. 

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Important Medicare News You Can Use

Stay up to date with news about Medicare insurance by visiting the linked articles below.

2020 Medicare Enrollment Links

October 20th, 2019|

October 2019 This page contains links to self-enroll in a 2020 Medicare Advantage plan, while also assigning one of our agents to your policy. If you know the Medicare Advantage plan in which you wish to enroll for 2020, click the link by your agent's [...]

  • Buying Medicare Supplemental Plan

Should You Buy Medicare Supplemental Insurance

July 30th, 2019|

If you have Medicare, are your insurance needs covered, or do you need a Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap) policy? The answer to that question may surprise you. As we’ll learn today, Medicare doesn’t cover everything, and so it’s actually a very good idea to [...]

  • Types of Medicare Plans

Types of Medicare Supplemental Insurance

July 30th, 2019|

Medicare Supplemental Insurance plans, or Medigap plans, are insurance plans sold by private companies to help cover gaps in care left by Original Medicare. Today, let’s talk about the different types of Medigap plans and see if we can find one that might be [...]

  • Medicare Questions

Medicare Insurance: Questions & Answers

July 30th, 2019|

If you’re enrolling in a Medicare plan and looking into Medicare Supplemental Insurance, you probably have some questions. It’s quite natural to have questions and look for answers about Medicare Insurance and Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap), and today we’ll look at some of the [...]