Betty A

I live on Social Security and absolutely cannot afford a decent supplemental policy to cover Medicare deductibles and coins. When I retired I went with AARP Medicare Complete Regional PPO and I am more than pleased with the quality care I receive. I use their mail away pharmacy and receive a 90 day supply for my meds most of them at no charge. The copay for my PCP is $15 and $40 for specialist. I get a physical once a year with no copay mammogram with no copay.. This is a great plan that saves you money by not having to pay a monthly premium for a supplemental policy. My PCP comes highly recommended with a high level of trust and care for his patients. The quality of care and savings from having a Medicare Advantage Plan is a God send for seniors like myself who have a limited income.