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Cheyenne’s Medicare Experts: Find the Right Health Insurance Plan

As a Medicare insurance agency in Cheyenne, Choice City Health specializes in helping you explore Medicare plan options. Our team guides you through the details of Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage plans, and Original Medicare, including Part D. We’ll compare the options carefully with you, highlighting their costs and benefits, so you can make an informed choice that aligns with your healthcare needs and budget.

Medicare Enrollment Made Simple: Our Step-by-Step Process

As Cheyenne’s Medicare experts, we’re here to guide you through the enrollment process. We offer personalized consultations and ongoing support to help you confidently navigate your healthcare choices.

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If you need help choosing the right Medicare Supplement Insurance, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, or Medicare Advantage Plans, we’re here to assist. Give us a call at 970-407-9399 for a free consultation and get personalized guidance.

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Review Medicare options

Dana is here to guide folks in Cheyenne through Medicare enrollment, ensuring your plan fits your budget and healthcare needs. She’ll help you stick with preferred doctors and meet your prescription drug requirements efficiently.

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Pick the plan that best suits you

Dana Griffin helps people understand their Medicare insurance coverage, offering expert guidance on choosing the right Medicare plan in Cheyenne. With Dana’s help, you can make informed decisions about your healthcare options.

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Paperwork & details

At Choice City Health, we swiftly process your Medicare enrollment application, strictly adhering to Medicare guidelines. You’ll receive your healthcare card quickly. Plus, Dana will be your dedicated local insurance agent, ready to assist with any questions or concerns.

What Clients Say…

Amy DavisAmy Davis
17:27 26 Apr 23
Dana made the process of switching to Medicare really easy. He is very knowledgeable and was able to answer all of my questions. I am confident he will address any concerns I have in the future. I can recommend Choice City Health without hesitation.
Myra McCoppinMyra McCoppin
14:36 27 Feb 23
I would recommend Dana Griffin to any who needs help with understanding Medicare. He takes his time explaining every option. Dana will always ask if you have any questions or need help understanding. He goes above and beyond to make this experience pleasant and knowledgeable. Even after our signing up was completed he is always available to answer any further questions I may have. Dana is just truly the best!
Linda ShelineLinda Sheline
19:00 08 Dec 22
Dana was so helpful in guiding me through the Medicare maze. He was always timely with his calls. He was patient and thorough. I can highly recommend him!
20:42 23 Nov 22
Dana was extremely helpful in navigating the complex world of medicare. He was friendly and efficient.
Harry ShelineHarry Sheline
14:57 25 Oct 22
Dana Griffin first helped me with my medicare enrollment in 2016 and has helped me ever since (including today). He has also helped my wife and some friends who have more complicated needs. His knowledge and ability to explain things is just what we needed. I highly recommend him!
Vicki WrightVicki Wright
03:28 25 Jun 21
Dana Griffin is easy to work with and really knows his stuff! He had a number of options for supplements to Medicare and suggested the best choices for my particular needs. I feel confident that he led me to the optimal solutions for my needs. I highly recommend him!

Frequently-asked Questions

Depending on the size of your employer and the type of insurance coverage you have at work you might be able to delay enrolling into Medicare. It’s important to make sure you understand your situation correctly in order to avoid any late enrollment penalties, therefore we recommend reaching out to either our office or your HR department to discuss your scenario.

Short answer = no , it does not cost you to have an agent. Our Fort Collins Medicare Insurance Agency does not charge anything to work with you. We are paid by the different insurance companies if you decide to enroll in a plan and we assist you with the application. Having an agent does not affect your coverage or premiums and then it allows us to be there for you in the future if you have any questions about your plan or benefits.

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Your Medicare Options in Cheyenne: Understanding Your Coverage

Navigating Medicare plans can be complex, especially when deciding between Original Medicare paired with a Part D plan for prescription drugs, seeking comprehensive coverage through a Medicare Advantage plan, or opting for a Medicare Supplement plan to cover out-of-pocket expenses. Our role is to simplify this process, guiding you through each option to ensure you find the coverage that best fits your needs and offers the most benefit.

  • Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance): This portion of Medicare is responsible for covering expenses related to inpatient hospital care, care in skilled nursing facilities after a hospital stay, certain hospice care services, and a limited amount of home health care.
  • Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance): This covers visits to the doctor, outpatient services, essential medical supplies, and preventative measures including health screenings, immunizations, and yearly wellness visits.
  • Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug Coverage): Offers assistance with the costs associated with prescription drugs. It can be accessed as a separate plan or as part of Medicare Advantage plans.
  • Medicare Advantage (Part C): Serves as an alternative option to Original Medicare by offering comprehensive health coverage through private insurers approved by Medicare. Coverage often extends to include prescription drugs and may feature additional benefits along with varying costs.
  • Medicare Supplement Plans (Medigap): These are additional plans aimed at aiding beneficiaries in paying for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by Original Medicare. This includes costs like deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance fees.