Medicare Resource Center
We are located at:
13240 Evening Creek Dr S Ste 305
San Diego CA 92128
Our walk-in center is open and staffed with a Medicare Representative. Tuesday through Thursday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
If you require a weekend appointment or a home visit, please reach out to one of our licensed Medicare representatives shown on this page
Zoom appointments also available
(858) 391-8544View Location
Select a date below to join a Medicare Educational Seminar
Transitioning to your Medicare health insurance is an important turning point that is frequently confusing. The process, premiums, limited networks by plan and poor to non-existent insurance companies’ customer service departments have made finding one’s way through the health insurance purchasing maze almost impossible for the average consumer.
We believe that a website with endless links to policy details without an agent to address questions is not a viable solution when you can obtain professional advice from a licensed agent without ever paying a fee.
If you are moving away from a traditional employee benefit plan, you have not had to put much thought into your healthcare decision. Plans that are offered by your company have a limited number of options because the employer is in control of your healthcare. Learning about the Medicare program and how your new coverage will work for you is essential when you are the decision maker of your endmost health insurance plan.
Buying health insurance is not like purchasing laundry detergent at a big box store. Making a poor health insurance decision can, and often does have dire health and financial consequences.
At Medicare Central we offer specialized consultations to individuals for a wide variety of Medicare eligibility and enrollment circumstances, so you attain a complete education on the Medicare program, an overview of fixed and variable costs, and a portfolio comparison of health and drug plan options to help you determine the best fit enrollment decision.
Medicaid and Medicare help seniors pay for medical and healthcare costs. Medicare has several options to help pay for hospital stays, doctor visits, and prescription medication. Medicaid is a state-run, income-based program that can help seniors pay for medical costs.
The answer to this may be easy to say but maybe not as easy to do. You need to understand your personal health care needs and choose Medicare coverage to help meet them. For example, if you take prescription drugs right now, when you get Medicare, you need to make sure you get Part D prescription drug coverage through either a stand-alone Part D plan or a Medicare Advantage plan.
Contact Us To learn more about what plan is best for you
If you plan to work past 65, you may be able to delay enrolling in Medicare. Or, you may have to enroll during your Initial Enrollment Period in Parts A, B and D if you want to avoid late penalties. It will depend on your employer and if your employer coverage is creditable. You can find out what you need to do about Medicare when continuing to work here.
Some people who can delay Medicare still choose to enroll in just Part A when they turn 65 in addition to their employer coverage. Part A is premium free if you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes for at least 10 years. Note though, if you do get Part A, you can no longer contribute to your HSA.