Jean Enyeart

Advisor & Independent Agent

“Helping people make wise decisions.”

A Personal Message To Readers

Dear Readers,

I have been advising and educating individuals on Medicare since 2010.

I built my practice using the approach I learned when I volunteered for the Seniors Health Insurance Information Program in North Carolina. I continue to use this same approach today. I strongly believe that when people have the knowledge they are capable of making wise decisions.

My first step is to gain an understanding of the individual’s situation. Then, together, we discuss his or her needs, to which I can advise and assist with the process. We also discuss, at length, the Medicare Program and all of its parts.

When it is time to enroll, we discuss all plan options. At that time, I can assist with the plan enrollment.

After the enrollment process is complete, I remain available to my clients for support should any questions arise with the Medicare plan or with a specific piece of the Medicare program.

In addition to providing support throughout the year, my clients can opt to have me review their plan at then end of the year during the annual enrollment period (October 15th-December 7th).

Medicare is a complicated and confusing program for many individuals. My goal is ease the confusion and provide honest advice.

Education & Work Experience

1991 – 2005: Completed an Associate Degree in Respiratory Therapy, Bachelor of Social Work, Employed in healthcare, mostly in adult acute care hospitals.

2005 – 2015: Volunteerism (U.S & Central America), Education (community college advisor), Completed a Master’s Degree in Conflict Studies & Dispute Resolution, worked as a mediator.

2010 – 2015: Volunteer counselor with Seniors Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) under the guidance of North Carolina Department of Insurance (NCDOI).

2015 – 2016: Medicare Consultant, private consultant work.

Early 2017 – Present: Advisor, Independent Agent & Owner of Medicare Help North Carolina, LLC. Jean Enyeart is licensed in North Carolina.