Whether you're a member of a Medicare health plan, looking to join a Kaiser Permanente Medicare health plan, or just wanting information about how Medicare works and what's available to you, we can help.

For our Medicare health plan members

If you're already a member of a Kaiser Permanente Medicare health plan, you can see and download much of your plan information online.

Plan documents and information
Go here to see your Summary of Benefits, Evidence of Coverage, and other important information about your Medicare health plan.

Formulary for Part D prescription drugs
Do you have Part D? Find out which prescription drugs are covered by Kaiser Permanente under your Medicare health plan.

For our members turning 65

If you have individual or group health coverage through Kaiser Permanente and are eligible for Medicare coverage for the first time, we can take you through your options. Visit our website for members turning 65 and over and learn how to make a smooth transition to our Medicare health plan.

Join a Kaiser Permanente Medicare health plan

Go to our Medicare health plan website and explore what's available in your area. Learn all about when you are eligible, when you can enroll, and which plans offer the right cost and coverage for you or a loved one.

Need to know the basics?

Learn about Medicare parts A, B, C, and D. Get an overview of eligibility, enrollment dates, and your rights as a member. Check out the seminars available through our Medicare health plan website and see if there's one scheduled in your town.

For more information about Medicare, call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) (toll free) or 1-877-486-2048 (toll-free TTY for the hearing/speech impaired), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For accommodations of persons with special needs at meetings, call 1-877-220-3956 (toll free) or TTY 711.

Important information

You must reside in the Kaiser Permanente Medicare health plan service area in which you enroll.

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This page was last updated: October 1, 2020, at 12 a.m. PT

Reviewed by Tracy Lippard, MD, July 2019