Manning Regional Healthcare Center

“Welcome to Medicare” Seminar Offered in Manning

FREE MEDICARE SEMINAR

Are you going to be eligible for Medicare in the near future? Have you been on Medicare for a while and want to better understand what it offers? Do you have a family member you help with Medicare issues?

“Welcome to Medicare” is for you! This seminar offered by Manning Regional Healthcare Center’s SHIIP counselors, will be held Thursday, September 23rd from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The seminar will be held at Manning Regional Healthcare Center’s Conference Room 1.  Please register by September 21st by calling (712) 655-2072.

“We’re pleased to offer this free seminar to the community,” says Amy McLaughlin, Chief Financial Officer. “Medicare is such an important program and understanding what it offers helps assure that anyone eligible gets the health benefits they deserve,” she adds.

“Welcome to Medicare” will cover Medicare Part A and Part B benefits, the prescription drug benefit (Part D), Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare supplement insurance. For more information or questions call (712) 655-2072. Space is limited, so register early. Masks are required for attendance.

SHIIP, the Senior Health Insurance Information Program, is a service of the State of Iowa. SHIIP services are free, confidential, and unbiased. SHIIP counselors are trained by the state and do not sell or promote any insurance companies, policies, or agents. Manning Regional Healthcare Center is a local sponsor for SHIIP in Carroll County.

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