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  • Medicare Parts A & B
  • Supplement/Medigap
  • Medicare Advantage Plan
  • Prescription Drug Plan 
  • Medicare Cost Assistance

Medicare Help North Carolina

“Helping people make wise decisions.”


Jean Enyeart, Advisor

Are you new to Medicare?

The enrollment period for newly eligibles is a very important time.  Reach out to a trusted, professional advisor.

Medicare provides a special period for newly eligible beneficiaries; and there are specific rules for enrolling in Medicare Parts A, B, C, D or Medigap/Supplement Policies.

Ms. Enyeart has advised and assisted hundreds of Medicare beneficiaries since 2010. Learn more about Jean Enyeart.

Meeting Notice

While we are in this unusual period with novel coronavirus, appointments are scheduled via telephone and/or video call.

If you prefer a face-to-face meeting, the following guidelines are practiced:

  • Wearing of face masks
  • Maintaining at least 6′ distance
  • Maximum of 2 participants
  • Use of hand sanitizer

Parts A & B

Original Medicare is referred to as having both Medicare Parts A and B. For most enrollees, Part A is premium-free. In order for most enrollees to have part B, there is a standard premium. Click here to learn more.

Medicare Advantage (Part C)

Medicare Advantage Plans are health plans administered by a private company. The several types of Medicare Advantage plans offered in the state of North Carolina. 

Click here to learn more.

Medicare Supplement

A Medicare Supplement policy is also referred to as MedigapSupplement policies are sold by private insurance companies. There are several policies and referred to as Plans A-N. Click here to learn more.

Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D)

Prescription drug coverage, also known as Part D, is available either through a stand-alone drug plan or through a Medicare Advantage Plan which offers drug coverage. Click here to learn more.