Your new Medicare card should have arrived in the mail by now. If you didn’t get it, here’s what to do:
Remember that your new Medicare card will come in a plain white envelope from the Department of Health and Human Services.
If the card didn’t arrive, call us at 1-800-MEDICARE. Our call center representatives can check the status and help you get your new card.
In the meantime, use your current Medicare card to get health care services.
The Medicare Team
All rates for Retirees are on the same Rate Sheet however you will have to select the correct side-by-side comparison for your situation. Retirees on Medicare and Medicare Supplement Plans with a November Open Enrollment select the Senior Plan Comparison and Retirees who are non-Medicare Eligible or under 65 select the Health Plan Comparison.
Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 32B, Section 18A states "The government unit may, from time to time, request from a retiree, a retiree's spouse or a retiree's dependent, proof certified by the federal government of eligibility or ineligibility for Medicare Part A and Part B coverage."
M.G.L., Section 26 states "An appropriate public authority of a political subdivision which has undertaken to provide health insurance coverage to its subscribers under this chapter shall conduct an enrollment audit not less than every 2 years."
Requests to Enter the Town's Plan for Retirees/Spouses not currently covered