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Original Medicare (Part A)


Medicare Part A coverage is hospital insurance. It’s one part of what’s often called Original Medicare, which is administered by the federal government. Medicare Part B (medical insurance) is the other part.

Medicare Part A helps pay for care you receive when you are admitted as an inpatient in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. Costs may not be covered by Part A if you are in the hospital for observation.

What Does Medicare Part A Cover?

Medicare Part A covers the hospital charges and most of the services you receive when you’re in the hospital. But it doesn’t cover the fees charged by doctors who participate in your care while you’re in the hospital. Medicare Part B helps pay those costs. The list below shows examples of what Part A covers.

Contact your agent for a further review of Original Medicare benefits.

Original Medicare (Part B)


Medicare Part B is medical insurance.

Medicare Part B helps pay for care you receive in a clinic or hospital as an outpatient. Part B also covers most doctor services you receive as a hospital inpatient.

What Does Medicare Part B Cover?

Medicare Part B covers doctor visits and most routine and emergency medical services. It also covers some preventive care, like flu shots. The list below shows more examples of what Part B covers.

Contact your agent for a further review of Original Medicare benefits.

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