We Understand How Confusing Medicare Can Be

There are many different types of Medicare insurance available, including Medicare Advantage, Supplements, and Prescription Drug plans. There are dozens of insurance companies offering Medicare insurance and to further complicate matters, healthcare providers do not accept all Medicare plans.

Insurance Helpline

Emory Healthcare partners with MedicareCompareUSA* to offer the Medicare Insurance Helpline, a free and unbiased resource for comparing and enrolling in Medicare plans accepted by Emory Healthcare providers. 

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Medicare Insurance Resources

Medicare Insurance Helpline

Call the Medicare Insurance Helpline to:

  • Better define your Medicare insurance needs and preferences
  • Compare and enroll in Medicare plans accepted by Emory Healthcare in an unbiased manner with no pressure to purchase
  • Apply for coverage with the Medicare plan of your choice

Turning 65?

If you’re an Emory Healthcare patient who is turning 65, we’d like your help. Please take a few moments to complete our Medicare Patient Questionnaire. This information helps us better serve you as you transition to Medicare.

Meet with an Agent

Schedule a phone consultation and follow along on your computer, as your local agent reviews a Medicare slide presentation.  This is a beneficial avenue to get all your Medicare questions answered, and compare Medicare plans that best meet your healthcare needs, preferences, and budget. Identify a Medicare Prescription Plan that covers your medications at the lowest cost. For your safety and convenience, all appointments can be conducted online. To schedule your free consultation, call (855) 256-1501. Helpline serviced by MedicareCompareUSA.

Retiring Emory Healthcare or Emory University Employees

Retired Emory employees and those considering retiring from Emory should contact the Human Resource benefits department for more information regarding specific health benefit programs available to you.

For Emory University retiring or retired employees, call:

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Medicare COVID-19

For more information on COVID-19, please visit the resources below.

Additional Medicare Resources

The following resources provide a broader range of information about Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. Both are free and unbiased sources. However, keep in mind, representatives may not have specific information about plans Emory Healthcare accepts.


"The Medicare Compare USA was enormously helpful to me navigating Medicare. Quite simply, I couldn't have done it without Brad Surrett and his team's guidance. His knowledge of all the plans caused him to select the best one for me. His motto is, 'There is no best plan, there is a best plan for you.' I would recommend this service without hesitation." - Margaret Adair 

"At a time when the amount of incoming information can seem overwhelming, I was put in touch with a representative, that simplified the process immensely. I was confident in his expertise and objective professionalism. Suddenly what had seemed complicated, with his help, became a far simpler decision. I am very grateful for the timely and effective consultation from Emory's Medicare Insurance Helpline." - Mary Abott

* MedicareCompareUSA is an independent insurance agency not affiliated with the federal Medicare program. All services are provided at no cost: MedicareCompareUSA and affiliated agents are paid directly by the Medicare plan you choose.