To sign up for Original Medicare, you can register online, through your local Social Security Office, or over the phone.
If you’re working past the age of 65, you may still have coverage under a group health plan under your employer. In this case, especially if you work for a large company, you will want to sign up for Medicare Part A, but you won’t need Part B insurance.
However, if you work for a smaller company, you should enroll in both Georgia Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.
When you receive Original Medicare, you will receive the standard benefits required by law. GA Medicare beneficiaries can also choose to sign up for Medicare Advantage plans to supplement their Original Medicare Coverage.