Wish Medicare were less complicated?

We are not an insurance company. Our team of local advisors are here to guide you through the maze of Medicare options. Whether it's finding the right plan or selecting the best doctors, we're here to help you get the most out of your healthcare.

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Why Us

We help answer the key questions in selecting a Medicare Plan

Which providers can you see?

How much will you pay for the coverage you need?

Are there any additional benefits available to you?

Working with Connie

Easy as One, Two, Three

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Step One Use our free resources

Our Medicare resources are completely free and are packed with valuable information so you can learn about Medicare and the options available to you. Get started with How to Pick the Right Medicare Coverage for You

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Step Two Talk with Connie

The best way to get the most from Connie Health is to speak directly with one of our local licensed advisors. We know that every situation is unique, which is why we spend time getting to know yours in order to help you make the right decision. Our local advisors can meet you in person, or chat over the phone. Call us at 623-223-8884 (TTY: 711)

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Step Three Maximize your Medicare plan

Once you've completed steps one and two and are enrolled in a Medicare insurance plan, we can help you get the most from it. Your Connie advisor can help you find the best doctors, take advantage of your benefits and help with any Medicare insurance issues or questions.

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Connie Health comes at no cost to you

At Connie Health, we help older Americans figure out which Medicare plans fit their needs, including a review of prescription drug coverage, and state program eligibility, among other factors.

Call us today (or use our online contact form) to speak to one of our licensed advisors, either over the phone or in the privacy of your own home.

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