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Medicare Enrollment

Social Security offices that accept applications for enrollment in and determine eligibility for the Medicare program. People who have signed up for early retirement benefits with the Social Security Administration or the Railroad Retirement Board apply for Medicare at that time and receive their Medicare card in the mail automatically prior to their 65th birthday. Individuals who wait for full retirement age to sign up for SSA cash benefits will need to apply for Medicare approximately three months prior to their 65th birthday month at the Social Security office where they will do the paperwork and designate if they want Part A and/or B. They will get their Medicare card in the mail showing their enrollment (Part A and/or B) with an effective date, the first of their birthday month. These people are now enrolled in Original Medicare and can sign up with a supplement or Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D), or have the option of receiving their Medicare benefits through a Medicare Advantage plan (HMOs, PPOs, special needs plans, private fee for service plans). If they choose to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, they will have to determine availability and which plan is best for them, and then will need to enroll directly with the plan of their choice. Information about Medicare Advantage plans is available in the Welcome to Medicare handbook people receive when they enroll, by calling 1-800-MEDICARE or by using the personal plan finder on the Medicare website. Also included are other programs that help people prepare and file Medicare enrollment applications and/or are authorized to do eligibility determinations for the program.

6 Locations offering the requested services. Providers are listed by city
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - CONCORD
70 Commercial Street Suite 100
Concord, NH 03301
(800) 772-1213 Toll Free
Merrimack County
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - KEENE
9 Elm Street
Keene, NH 03431
Cheshire County
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - LITTLETON
551 MEADOW STREET
Littleton, NH 03561
(800) 772-1213 Toll Free   24-hour national #
(877) 405-7658 Toll Free   Local office number
Grafton County
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - MANCHESTER
1100 Elm Street
Suite 201
Manchester, NH 03101
(800) 772-1213 Toll Free   24-hour national #
(866) 814-5408 Toll Free
Hillsborough County
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - NASHUA
175 Amherst Street
Suite 2
Nashua, NH 03060
(877) 444-0134 Service/Intake
(800) 772-1213 Toll Free   24-hour national #
Hillsborough County
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL OFFICESOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - PORTSMOUTH
80 Daniels Street
Room 210a
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(800) 772-1213 Toll Free
(888) 397-9796 Service/Intake   Local office
(603) 436-3086 TDD
Rockingham County
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