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Medicare Enrollment

Choose the best Medicare plan for you

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Choose the best Medicare plan for you

Choosing the best Medicare plan for yourself is an important decision. We can help you with your Medicare enrollment, whether you’re enrolling for the first time, about to retire or already have a Medicare plan. If you want to keep your Scripps doctors or make the switch to Scripps, learn about your Medicare eligibility and the options available to you, including Medicare Part A, Part B, Part D, Medicare Advantage and supplemental plans.

Frequently asked questions about Medicare

Find out more about how Medicare works. Learn who’s eligible for Medicare and when, what Medicare covers and even where to apply.

Learn more about Medicare enrollment

Medicare can be confusing, but Scripps is here to help. Choose a Medicare plan that includes Scripps for high-quality care, convenience and access to thousands of physicians in the Scripps network.

Choose a Medicare plan with access to Scripps

Scripps accepts a wide variety of Medicare plans. Choose a plan with access to primary care and specialists from Scripps Clinic, Scripps Coastal Medical Center or an affiliated medical group, including doctors with Scripps Physicians Medical Group and Mercy Physicians Medical Group. We recommend calling your insurance organization to confirm your covered services and out-of-pocket costs, including co-pays and deductibles.