Explore Medicare Options for the Disabled & Under 65 


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Medicare options for people who are disabled or under 65

If you are disabled and entitled to monthly Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board benefits, you can enroll in Medicare Part A during the 3 months before, the month of, and the 3 months after you begin receiving disability benefits.

If you are a disabled federal, state or local government employee and not eligible for monthly Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board benefits, you may be eligible for Medicare 29 months after being disabled.

Learn more at Should I get Part B?, opens new window on Medicare.gov.

Learn more about Medicare eligibility here: Medicare & You, opens new window

  • Click the “Find out More” button under Download Medicare & You to access Medicare & You in multiple formats.

Learn more about Social Security and Medicare Benefits, opens new window

  • Click the “Publications” link for Medicare resources in English and Spanish, PDF and audio formats.

See plans in your area

You can contact a licensed Humana sales agent at 800-204-4062 (TTY: 711) Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
or
enter your ZIP code below to see plans with their premiums, copays, and participating doctors and pharmacies

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