You have 31 Medicare Supplement insurance carriers in South Carolina. Medigap plans help pay the copayments, coinsurances and deductibles (your share) that come with Original Medicare. The premiums shown are true samples from within South Carolina that you can use for comparison purposes. You’ll need a quote for an exact rate.
What Every South Carolina Senior Needs to Know About Original Medicare and Medigap
If you are not familiar with Medicare Supplement plans available in South Carolina, and how they can protect you from high medical expenses, please review our Medicare Supplement Plan information. In South Carolina all Medigap plans are standardized, but the prices are not. We give you a complete break down on all Medicare Supplement insurance policies and benefits.
Medigap vs. a South Carolina Medicare Advantage Plan
If you find your Original Medicare benefits lacking but can’t afford a Medicare Supplement plan, there is a second option. It’s Medicare Advantage. We have the complete catalog of Medicare Advantage Plans available in South Carolina. Most Medicare Part C plans also include a drug plan.
Add a South Carolina Medicare Part D Plan for Prescriptions
While you’re thinking about a South Carolina Medicare Supplement, it’s a good idea to shop for prescription drug coverage, too. Medicare and Medigap do not cover prescriptions. To protect yourself from the high cost of prescription drugs you’ll need a Medicare Part D Plan. We make shopping easy with our complete catalog of South Carolina Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.
Eligability and Availability
You are eligible to apply for Medicare Supplement insurance in South Carolina if you are:
- A resident,
- Enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, and
- You are age 65 or over.
Medigap plans are available in the following counties: Clarendon, Richland, Bamberg, Lexington, Kershaw, Lee, Chester, Fairfield, Orangeburg, Calhoun, Union, Newberry, Sumter, Williamsburg, Lancaster, Darlington, Colleton, Chesterfield, Aiken, Florence, Saluda, Spartanburg, Laurens, Cherokee, Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, Georgetown, Horry, Marlboro, Marion, Dillon, Greenville, Abbeville, Anderson, Pickens, Oconee, Greenwood, York, Allendale, Barnwell, Mccormick, Edgefield, Beaufort, Hampton, Jasper, and most rural areas not covered by health plan networks.