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Common Questions About Medicare

What is Orginal Medicare?

Original Medicare is what is provided by the Federal Government. It is broken down into 2 parts:

Part A – Hospital coverage (has coverage with deductibles for hospital stays, commonly known as inpatient). Most seniors do not pay a premium for Part A coverage.

Part B – Medical coverage (coverage with deductibles for doctors visits, outpatient surgeries, durable medical equipment, most of your medical procedures). Most seniors pay a Part B premium of $148.50 per month, but it can be higher based on income.

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