Senior Voice -

By Lee Coray-Ludden
For Senior Voice 

Your Medicare questions answered in person

 

May 1, 2022 | View PDF



Medicare is part of the Social Security Administration. Medicare can be a complex and sometimes confusing program. It helps to have someone to talk to and ask questions to. That is my job. My name is Lee Coray-Ludden, I am based out of the Soldotna Senior Center, and my job is to serve Southeast Alaska, and any other state residents that would like to talk to someone in person.

I am trained and supervised by SHIP (the State Health Insurance Program) and coordinate with them.

How do I sign up for Medicare? When do I have to sign up? How does Medicare work with my employment health insurance? Can I do auto-pay for my Part B premium? What if I have Medicaid, can I have Medicare too? When do I need to sign up for Part D?

And those are only a few of the questions I am asked. Remember, the only “dumb” question is the one you don’t ask. If a question is concerning you then give me a call, we can discuss it. Hopefully we can find workable solutions for you.

I am at the Soldotna Senior Center at 197 W. Park Ave in Soldotna. The number is 907-262-2322. I am here Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Give me a call to ask a question or if needed, set up an appointment. There are no fees for services.

 
 

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